Dec. 17, 2015 By Jackie Strawbridge
After signing on several new commercial tenants in 2015, the Falchi Building in Long Island City is now 94 percent leased, according to a spokesperson for the building.
The Falchi Building, located at 31-00 47th Ave., is a five-story building that was built as a warehouse in the 1920s, according to the Jamestown investment and management company. Jamestown began renovating the building as a mixed-use office space in 2013.
New businesses to sign leases at Falchi this year included the Russian-based bakery Stolle Bakery, SPACES co-working office, Astoria Distilling Company, the food market Good Neighbor Queens and Uber, according to the spokesperson.
These new tenants will account for more than 60,000 square-feet of space in Falchi.
A number of other businesses that signed leases in 2014 moved in this year, including Suffolk County National Bank, Lyft and Doughnut Plant.
A handful of spaces remain available, according to the spokesperson. There are two office suites and six office suites left.