Translation services company CyraCom has signed a 12-year lease for a ground-floor spot in the office and retail building Flushing Plaza.
The Arizona-based company, which provides translation services for healthcare industry clients, will occupy a 23,000-square-foot space, which it expects to open this summer.
It will be the first location in the city for CyraCom, which was represented by CBRE in the deal.
The nearly 270,000-square-foot Flushing Plaza is owned by Muss Development, and already houses a mix of tenants from Time Warner Cable and HSBC Bank to the New York State Department of Labor and Dunkin’ Donuts, among others.
Muss believes the incoming company will do well in the growing Asian community, partly because of nearby hospitals.
“The building’s close proximity to several major hospitals and medical centers, including New York Hospital Queens and Flushing Hospital Medical Center, also makes this an ideal outpost for the growing company,” said Muss Development Principal Jason Muss.