Property Details

Address 4 Ohio Drive
Lake Success, NY 11042
County Nassau
Type Medical
Total SF 46,050 sf
Floors 2 Floors

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Features and Amenities

Features and Amenities

4 Ohio Drive is located within ½ mile of Exit 34 of the Long Island Expressway, ¼ mile of Exits 25 and 26 of the Northern State Parkway

On‐site bus service to the NYC Subway, and Great Neck & New Hyde Park train stations of the Long Island Rail Road

Fiber Optic voice, internet and data services From Lightpath, Cablevision and Verizon

Conference Facility available at 5 Dakota Drive

Electronic Directory

Porter and day matron

Storage space available at 5 Dakota Drive

About the Area

About The Area

An Unparalleled Location

The Lake Success Quadrangle is a 10-building, multi-use complex in the suburban village of Lake Success, just 1,000 yards from the New York City line but not subject to its occupancy and personal income taxes.

The property is comprised of four Class A office buildings, two research and development buildings and one disaster recovery computer center for a major credit card operation, totaling more than 1,100,000 square feet of rentable space.

Buildings range from 60,000 to 160,000 sf with floor sizes from 30,000 to 60,000 sf.

The complex is situated on 50 beautifully landscaped acres, meticulously maintained, with perennials and extensive seasonal plantings.

The Lake Success Quadrangle enjoys exceptional access via major highways, public transportation and airports.

By Car — LSQ’s location on New Hyde Park Road and Marcus Avenue, bordered by the Northern State Parkway and less thatn a quarter-mile from the Long Island Expressway, puts it within 10 miles of LaGuardia and JFK International Airports and less than 15 miles from midtown Manhattan.

Public Transportation — Kiosks located throughout the Lake Success Quadrangle are serviced by regularly scheduled bus routes from the major stations of all three branches of the Long Island Rail Road, as well as the New York City subway system.