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TRITEC Win Big at the 2010 LIBN Real Estate Awards
Long Island Business News recognized TRITEC in the following categories at the 2010 Real Estate, Architecture & Engineering Awards: Commercial Developer of the Year, Top Education Project for
St. Anthony’s High School and Top Mixed-Use Project for
New Village at Patchogue.
When Sweezey’s department store closed, it created a big void in this part of Patchogue’s downtown, but Tritec’s project is beginning to fill it.
The New Village redevelopment includes 240 apartments, 67 of which will be affordable housing, 20,000 square feet of new restaurant and retail space, and a 106-room hotel. Tritec has already been busy renovating the property at 31 West Main St., which should be open soon. New Village will have a total of 433 parking spaces screened from the street beneath the residential buildings and on surface lots. The entire project, which will also create a public square, is scheduled to be completed by 2011.
St. Anthony’s High School
The two-phase, $41 million expansion at St. Anthony’s High School in South Huntington improved its arts and athletic facilities and gave the school more of a campus feel.
After installing a new athletic field and track in 2007, St. Anthony’s added a two-story, 140,000-square-foot student center and field house with new music and art rooms, a video conferencing center, a wrestling room, new lockers and a 200-meter indoor track. The other part of the project involved converting a courtyard into a 6,500-square-foot, 12th century-styled Romanesque chapel in the center of the school’s 33-acre campus.
Despite a dearth of projects, East Setauket-based Tritec Real Estate recently completed its expansion of St. Anthony’s High School and continues to move ahead with its plans to reshape Patchogue’s Four Corners. Tritec’s New Village mixed-use project in Patchogue is already under way.
The company is just finishing its $6.6 million rehabilitation of 31 West Main St., a 26,344-square-foot retail/office building that is expected to create more than 75 permanent jobs. The company is also building a 424-acre mixed-use community around a new minor league baseball stadium in Loudoun County, Va.
Read more in the Long Island Business News.