Law joins TRITEC as exec. vice president and partner

June 01, 2021 - Long Island
Kevin Law

East Setauket, NY According to TRITEC Real Estate Co., Kevin Law has joined their leadership team as executive vice president and partner. Law recently departed from the Long Island Association after serving as its CEO for over a decade, where he worked to attract businesses, grow jobs and advocate for economic development, including the creation of mixed-use, sustainable and walkable downtown developments, throughout the region.

“I am thrilled to be joining Tritec and the Coughlan family and look forward to helping them strengthen communities on Long Island” said Law.

“We are very excited about having Kevin join our team. Kevin Law has been a household name in the business and governmental community on Long Island, and in New York State, for many years,” said Bob Coughlan, principal of Tritec. “Kevin’s leadership, integrity and problem-solving skills are a fantastic addition to our already stacked team. Kevin is a genuinely nice person, fun to be around, and will fit right into our culture at Tritec. We look forward to many years of working to revitalize Long Island communities together.”

As executive vice president and partner, Law’s primary responsibilities will include developing multifamily housing development projects and revitalizing downtowns in Nassau and Suffolk counties

Some of Tritec’s current projects include the Ronkonkoma Hub, which has long been touted as a critically important transit-oriented hub and economic driver for the county and region, and is currently preparing for a Phase 2 groundbreaking this spring. The developer is also moving forward with transformational multifamily developments in Bay Shore and The Wel Apartments in Lindenhurst which began pre-leasing April 10th.

Prior to his tenure with the LIA, Law served as CEO and president of the Long Island Power Authority, chief deputy county executive, director of real estate for Suffolk County and as an environmental and real estate attorney. He continues to serve the Long Island community in a range of board and trustee positions, including with the MTA board, chair the Stony Brook University Council and the Long Island Housing Partnership.



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