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A local recipe for building housing on Long Island

Busy main street area at night

It’s easy to point to Long Island’s housing and development failures.

But amid those shortcomings, a new community, a downtown near a train station, is rising.

Phase after phase, year after year, the Ronkonkoma Hub, the $1 billion mixed-use development now called Station Yards, is emerging. It eventually is expected to feature 1,450 units of housing, plus hundreds of thousands of square feet of office, medical, retail, and hospitality space — even as Tritec Real Estate principals Jim and Robert Coughlan re-imagine the space and the timing of how everything will be built in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the changing face of retail.

Read the full article in Newsday.