The property, 184-10 & 184-60 Jamaica Avenue, is built.
Edward Langer Printing Company is inducted into 184-10 & 184-60 Jamaica Avenue.
The once-famous Edward Langer Printing Company goes out of business. 184-10 & 184-60 Jamaica Avenue is purchased by toy aficionado, Lionel Weintraub, who began
molding The Ideal Toy Company into a world-class operation.
The Ideal Toy Company moves its headquarters from 184-10 & 184-60 Jamaica Avenue to Harmon Meadow, New Jersey.
Rodless Properties LLC, puts 184-10 & 184-60 Jamaica Avenue on the market for $95 million.
Gotham Greens receives $1 Million in funding from the New York State Energy and Research Authority for rooftop greenhouse and opens a 60,000 SF greenhouse atop
184-10 & 184-60 Jamaica Avenue.
In partnership with Artemis Real Estate Partners, Madison Realty Capital buys 184-10 & 184-60 Jamaica Avenue from Rodless Properties LLC for $78 million with anchor
tenants such as French Connection and Gotham Greens.
KABR Group and FCA-Orbita Group team up to purchase 184-10 & 184-60 Jamaica Avenue from Madison Realty Capital and the property enters phase one of extensive
renovations and capital expenditures.
Ownership has plans to complete a comprehensive renovation of The Ideal building as a large-scale project. This intricate improvement plan aims to restore the building with upgrades that include: