Queens landlord seeks tenant for former JetBlue office space

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Queens-based landlord Muss Development is searching for a new tenant to fill 200,000 square feet of Class A space at 118-35 Queens Boulevard in Forest Hills, the current headquarters of JetBlue Airways, Crain’s reported. The airline will be moving out of the property late this year and relocating to Long Island City.
Muss is asking $35 per square foot for space, though the rent could be subsidized by various incentive programs, including the city’s Relocation and Employee Assistance Program and exemption from the city’s commercial real estate occupancy tax, Crain’s said, bringing it to $20 per square foot.
Jones Lang LaSalle is marketing the space on behalf of Muss. Consolidated Edison, the New York Times, the Daily News and several law firms are also tenants of the 310,000-square-foot building. [Crain’s]

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