Tag Archives: Long Island

Sep
05
What the Railroad Means to Long Island

The Long Island Rail Road is the oldest United States railroad still operating under its original name and charter. The growth of the railroad helped to shape the future of Long Island and is now the busiest commuter rail system in the United States. Since its inception, the railroad has been an essential part of Long Island’s economy. In 2011, $26 billion, or 25 percent of Long Island

Jun
06
Developments that will help the economy at the HIA-LI

On May 25th, 2017 Jim Coughlan, Principal of TRITEC Real Estate Company spoke at the Hauppauge Industrial Association of Long Island show executive luncheon. The purpose of this HIA-LI Luncheon was to connect Long Island businesses and to explore recent and upcoming projects here on Long Island with panelists from some of Long Island’s most prominent real estate companies. Panelists included

Jul
10
How to Market Long Island to Millennials

Convincing young adults to stay on Long Island is vital to the regional economy. Recent studies by the Suburban Millennial Institute and Molloy College report, “30% of the young adult Long Islanders who responded said they were planning on leaving Long Island.”  Long Island also lost 15% of its 20-34 year olds during the last census period. An economic study released in February of 2016

Jul
06
Manufacturing is Alive on Long Island!

It has been widely reported that manufacturing jobs that once defined Long Island aren't likely to return especially after being trimmed during the most recent recession. Despite the rumors of manufacturing’s demise, the sector may be showing signs of life. The construction of a 233,000 square-foot office building being developed in New Hyde Park may be providing some of the sparks! The

Nov
23
Big Apple Visual Group moves to 45 Gilpin Avenue

TRITEC Real Estate Company, Inc. is pleased to announce that Big Apple Visual Group has signed a lease for 10,000 sq. ft. of industrial space at 45 Gilpin Avenue, a 172,000 sq. ft. industrial property, which is part of TRITEC’s portfolio in the Hauppauge Industrial Park. Big Apple Visual Group specializes in all types of architectural, way finding, and retail signage. Specializing in custom

Nov
04
Can Real Estate Development Benefit The Environment?

Smart Growth & Sustainable Redevelopment Historically, employing “green” techniques in real estate development seemed unattainable. Contrary to the belief that new development will add to our environmental headache, many of TRITEC’s new developments can be the start of a cleaner, healthier Long Island. Modern-day construction practices and innovative building plans are

Sep
09
Crown Advertising signs to makes 135 Engineers Road Fully Leased

TRITEC Real Estate Company, Inc. is pleased to announce that Crown Advertising has signed a lease for 3,784 sq. ft. of office space at 135 Engineers Road, a 55,000 sq. ft. office building, part of TRITEC’s portfolio in the Hauppauge Industrial Park. With the addition of the Crown Advertising lease 135 Engineers is fully occupied. Crown Advertising is a marketing agency with services that range

Jul
24
Long Island is a great home for hotels

Long Island has breathtaking beaches, numerous golf courses and world-renowned wineries. It is the perfect destination for your next vacation, whether you enjoy relaxing on the beach, taking in the gorgeous scenery, playing golf, or spending a day tasting local wines. What’s more, families can enjoy the amusement parks that Long Island has to offer, such as Splish Splash or Adventure Land.

Jul
06
It’s Not Just Sushi: Hoshi Sushi and Hibachi

Just walking into Hoshi Sushi and Hibachi, located in New Village at Patchogue, assures you that you will have an experience of a lifetime. The restaurant’s modern and unique interior contains everything from a lounge area, to intimate booths, to a sushi bar, to family-style tables for a hibachi experience. The restaurant, which is open from 11:30 a.m.-10:00 p.m. during the

Jul
06
Long Island Wants You!

For a recent college graduate finding a job can one of the most strenuous and daunting tasks, but keep in mind Long Island wants you! Despite recent stigma, many graduates are finding jobs in their career fields, particularly in-high demand areas, such as engineering and education according to the New York Federal analysis of Census Bureau data. Long Island natives who are recent college