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LIA’s Kevin Law to join developer Tritec Real Estate Co.

Kevin Law

Law announced in February that he would be leaving the LIA, effective April 1, after leading the influential group for 10½ years. He is the second-longest serving chief in the LIA’s 95-year history.

Bob Coughlan, co-owner and co-founder of Tritec, said Law’s contacts in government and familiarity with the approval process for large building projects will help the company do more in downtowns. He also cited Law’s commitment to expanding the number of affordable apartments and homes by chairing the Long Island Housing Partnership board, which Coughlan serves on.

“The skill sets that Kevin has lend themselves to helping create those environments,” Coughlan said on Tuesday, referring to downtown buildings with a mix of apartments, offices and shops. “Kevin knows Long Island better than anybody else. He can be very helpful in identifying locations that are appropriate for these types of projects and in helping to get them approved” by local officials.

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