Ross Selinger, MCRE, MID


410 Jericho Turnpike, Suite 202 Jericho, New York 11753 USA
+1 (516) 222-7974

Long Island, New York

Commercial Real Estate

Selinger Enterprises, Inc.  

Selinger Enterprises, Inc. (“SE”) is a corporate real estate advisory firm specializing in tenant representation.  As such, SE only represents tenants and buyers of commercial real estate; never landlords or developers.  By eliminating conflicts of interest and using SE’s proprietary Corporate Turnkey Solutions 5 step process, SE is able to focus on the primary objective of achieving their client’s real estate goals and reducing their occupancy costs.  SE provides all the benefits of a corporate facilities department by offering expertise in new office locations, lease renewals, lease negotiation, space planning, financial analysis, lease and space audits, buying and selling, subleasing, investing and incentives.  All with the goal of leveling the playing field between the company and the commercial real estate marketplace. As a graduate of Pratt Institute Ross, brings his skills as a designer to facilitate the space planning of his client’s office layout.  He insures that the layout is efficient and promotes his client’s brand and corporate culture.

Most important, Selinger Enterprises, Inc. has been helping Long Island companies since 1996.  Its president, Ross Selinger, has been servicing the Long Island real estate industry for over 30 years.  Ross’s reputation for integrity, communication and transparency is unsurpassed.  Ross served as Vice Chairman on the ITRA Board from 2002 to 2010.

Some recent transactions of Selinger Enterprises are:

LBi Software, Inc. which purchased a 25,000 square foot office building.  SE helped LBi with extensive financial analysis to determine the viability of the purchase.  Ross also arranged SBA financing and County incentives. 

EC Infosystems, Inc. moved into their new 20,770 square foot headquarters in one of Long Island’s trophy buildings.  SE helped EC create a “collaborative office” by utilizing his expertise in design.  

RGi Home, Inc. recently leased 13,000 square feet in Long Island’s premier market, Lake Success.  SE helped to leverage this company’s brand and history to attain a below market deal. 

Testimonials from Selinger Enterprises, clients can be found at:


Tenant Representation

• Strategic Consulting

• State & Local incentives

Sale Lease-backs

• SBA Financing Expertise

• Purchase & Owner/Users

Subleasing, Assignment, Disposition

Leasing & Renewals

Lease Audit & Advisory

• Site Selection

• Broker Opinions of Value

Practice Areas

• Office

• Law firms

Following are a few interesting facts about Long Island and its commercial real estate market…

  • Long Island is 1400 square miles and 118 miles in length making it the largest island in the United States and more square miles than Rhode Island.
  • Long Island is comprised of four counties:  Brooklyn and Queens, which are considered a part of New York City, and Nassau and Suffolk, which are referred to as Long Island.
  • All four counties have a total of 169 million square feet of office space and 226 million square feet of industrial space.
  • The Long Island population exploded after World War II due to improved transportation and the development of Levittown, the first suburb in the United States.  The Long Island population is now 7.5 million people, the equivalent of the twelfth largest state.
  • The Hauppauge Industrial Park in Suffolk County is one of the largest industrial parks in the country second only to Silicon Valley.  It has over 1300 companies and employs 60,000 people.
  • Long Island was first settled in the 1640’s by the Puritans, the English and the Dutch.  Upon their arrival they discovered the Shinecock and Montakette Indian Nations. Their name for Long Island was Paumonok.
  • In 1927 Charles Lindbergh began his historic flight across the Atlantic from Long Island.  For the next 60 years Long Island was the aviation center of the United States.  The Navy’s Tomcat, the Grumman F14 and the Lunar Landing Module were all developed and manufactured on Long Island.