NAI Long Island
175 Broadhollow Road
Suite 150

Melville, NY United States 11747
t(631) 270-3030 f(631) 270-3060
Principal, Executive Director

Specialties: Industrial, Office

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Scope of Service Experience
Throughout his vast career, Carmine has acted as managing partner, and has closed over five hundred deals including several monumental sales and lease transactions. His expertise in the market combined with his integrity has helped develop relationships with clients such as Scandinavian Airline Systems, Sweet-n-Low Confectionery, Avnet, G-tech Corp., Griffon Corp., Allied Waste Services, Inc., Wright Management, Stantec and many more.
Background & Experience
Carmine has been servicing the industrial and office needs of clients since 1978. Together with Pasquale Bagnato, Bagnato Realty was formed in 1980 which serviced the commercial and industrial needs of clients throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties and the New York Metropolitan Area.

In the early 1990’s, Bagnato Realty formed a management division and after merging with several management firms, the company was now a full service brokerage firm. In 2000, the firm climbed to new heights after becoming NAI Long Island, a member firm of NAI Global servicing Nassau, Suffolk, and Queens. Today, NAI Long Island is a powerhouse brokerage firm with the ability to offer clients local knowledge and a global reach.

A recipient of the Reckson Associates Broker of the Year award and recognized as Long Island Business News’ Who’s Who in Commercial Real Estate, Carmine is dedicated to servicing his clients through hard work and professionalism and his reward is continued success.
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design, University of Oklahoma
Professional Associations & Designations
-Commercial Industrial Brokers Society (CIBS)
-NAI Global Leadership Board
-Past Chairman & current Board Member of Education and Assistance Corporation (EAC)
-Past President and current Board Member of the Huntington Crescent Club
-Past Board Member of American Red Cross