Tag Archives: TRITEC

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

Jul
01
Fourth of July and Fire Safety

School is out and summer is in full swing. From camping to backyard barbeques to Fourth-of-July fireworks, there are plenty of opportunities for outdoor fun. In the spirit of summer and in honor of our nation’s independence, we would like to share a few helpful reminders about summertime fire safety. Attend public fireworks displays and leave the lighting to the professionals Wear short

Apr
23
Earth Month at New Village

TRITEC strives to create the most environmentally conscious and economically sustainable project that is feasible. One of the greatest environmental perks to a mixed-use project in a walkable downtown is a lower carbon footprint. Instead of people getting in their cars, people walk and bike; at New Village they have immediate access to restaurants and mass transportation. TRITEC and Bozzuto both

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

Aug
31
It’s Not Just Free Ice cream!

Tenant retention is an incredibly important aspect of property management. As tenant retention ultimately equates to revenue and asset value retention, it basically tells you how satisfied your customer is with your product. If your tenant isn’t satisfied, then it is unlikely that your property will occupied. The physical condition of your property is crucial. To remain competitive, the rented

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

Jun
13
Know your farmer, your neighbor and your food. Why shop at a farmer’s market?

One of the goals of the New Village at Patchogue is to promote a healthy lifestyle and to engage residents in the community. The Farmer’s Market series this summer does just that. Long Island farmers, and local small business come out every Saturday to sell their goods. Locals are encouraged to spend Saturday strolling around outside shopping compared to inside at a grocery store. The produce

May
29
Taste of Patchogue at New Village

New Village at Patchogue held The Taste of Patchogue Festival on May 28, 2015 presented by TRITEC Real Estate Company. With live music, tours of New Village and samples of cuisines from ten local restaurants. The event that had nearly 500 attendants was a wonderful kick-off of the summer. This is the first event of many to come during the summer at this exciting mix-use community. The New

May
22
Projects that will Revitalize Long Island

Principal at TRITEC Real Estate Company, Robert Coughlan as well as other panelists spoke at HIA-LI Trade Show Executive Luncheon - LI Economic Revitalization Projects on May 21st 2015. They discussed plans, progress and benefits to upcoming projects to revitalize Long Island. Coughlan spoke about the recently finished project New Village, In Patchogue, NY as well as the upcoming projects, the