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NEW YORK CITY-Telecommunications conglomerate Verizon will move its Queens base of operations to a 33,500-sf building in the borough’s Woodside section. The deal marks the company’s third New York City-area lease transaction in the past year.

The facility, located at 37-20 Woodside will serve as a staging area for engineers and repair personnel and as a storage site for Verizon equipment and vehicles. Thomas Panitz, David L. Noonan and Jennifer Schwartzman of Newmark & Co Real Estate brokered for Verizon in the transaction. Building owner San-Aid was represented by Michael Oestreich of Nationwide Property Consultants. Details of the 10-year lease were not released.

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