Yearly Archives: 2016

Being a Good Neighbor

Community engagement is vital to building trust, relationships, and long-lasting collaborations for neighborhood redevelopment projects. Stereotypically, there tends to be a concerning lack of communication between real estate developers and local community organizations and residents. TRITEC works tirelessly to bridge the communication gap and build relationships within a community in an effort

Have fun, Win, Be nice with Alex Flobeck

I recently had the pleasure of interning at TRITEC Real Estate Company. It was a great experience where I learned about development, construction and what TRITEC actually does. My preconception of an intern was someone who sat at a desk doing all of the nonsense work no one else wants to do. I thought I would be required to run to get coffee for the employees all day. During my internship, I

Gloucester Parkway Extension at Kincora

The completion of the Gloucester Parkway extension at Kincora was celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony this morning. The extension provides a critical new crossing of Broad Run providing a convenient connection from the Loudoun County Parkway to Pacific Boulevard and beyond. The extension combined with the opening of Pacific Boulevard connection to Russell Branch Parkway later this year will

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

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

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

TRITEC Fights Hunger at the Taste of Patchogue

The annual event, Taste of Patchogue, was held on May 25, 2016 on The Village Green at New Village at Patchogue and hosted by TRITEC Real Estate Company. This event, with nearly 1,200 attendees, boasted live music, tours of New Village, and samplings of cuisine from 14 local restaurants. What a wonderful way to kick off the summer months! The Crisis Crayons provided a great musical

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

Congratulations to Christian Alvarado!

Congratulations to TRITEC Preconstruction Coordinator Marianne Alvarado's son Christian on being selected as a George C. Marshall award recipient. Only two hundred seventy-five of the top Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) Cadets, representing colleges and universities from across the nation are selected to attend the seminar. ROTC has a total of 275 programs located at colleges and

Topping Out at Dealertrack

The TRITEC/Castagna team at 3400 New Hyde Park Road has reached a significant milestone, raising nearly the last piece of steel on the new Dealertrack Technologies building. The tradition of “topping out” traces its roots back to the Scandinavian countries; when building their homes, they would celebrate the setting of the last and highest wood beam. Part of today’s tradition is for the