Long Island

Hunt Corp. Commercial Real Estate Q&A: Evaluating tenants and reduce your risk - by David Hunt

Question: We own an office building on Long Island that house our own offices, as well as several tenants. We recently had a tenant close his doors after only a single year of occupancy. How do we avoid this in the future?

Out with the old in with the new environmental standard ASTME E1527-21 officially sunsets E1527-13 - by Chuck Merritt

The ASTM E1527-21 Standard went into effect February 13, 2023. Most consultants have spent the last year adjusting to this new standard, spending many hours  attending webinars, reading articles,

Increased market risk can work to lower property taxes - by Brad and Sean Cronin

We’ve now seen an extended period of time when risk and corresponding cap rates at which properties are trading have risen significantly. The reasons behind risk elevation are well known to commercial investors, starting

Boy Scouts of America - Theodore Roosevelt Council 15th Annual Design, Construction, and Real Estate Dinner

On Wednesday, April 17th, 2024, the Boy Scouts of America - Theodore Roosevelt Council will hold the 15th Annual Design, Construction, and Real Estate Dinner at The Mansion at Oyster Bay

SUNation Energy installs roof-top array at Island Harvest’s 43,560 s/f Hossain Campus

Melville, NY Reducing carbon emissions and energy costs by harnessing the sun’s energy has been used for decades. Now, harnessing the sun’s power will benefit Long Islanders struggling

Commercial Classroom: Commission Challenges - by Edward Smith, Jr.

Our goal as brokers and agents is to be appropriately compensated for the skills that we bring to the transaction. In simple terms, to be paid a full commission for completing a sale or lease of property. At the point of signing a listing or a tenant/buyer representation agreement is when your commission

Law of TRITEC R.E. honored with Suffolk County Public Service Award

Hauppauge, NY TRITEC Real Estate Company partner and executive vice president, Kevin Law, has been awarded the H. Lee Dennison Public Service Award. The award, presented by former Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone

Wells Fargo celebrates ribbon cutting
for new Woodbury branch

Woodbury, NY On January 17, Wells Fargo employees were joined by Oyster Bay supervisor Joseph Saladino and local leaders from the Syosset Woodbury Chamber of Commerce to celebrate the grand opening of its new bank branch at 7977 Jericho Tpke.

Lucharitos to open 1,500 s/f at
TRITEC’s Station Yards project

Ronkonkoma, NY Lucharitos, theTex-Mex chain, is set to open a new location. The restaurant, situated within TRITEC Real Estate Company’s Station Yards project, will lease 1,500 s/f. TRITEC was represented in the transaction

REI at SBU College of Business joint panel - spring luncheon - “Challenges in a Changing Construction Environment” to be held on March 8th

Farmingdale, NY The Real Estate Institute (REI) at Stony Brook University (SBU) College of Business will hold a joint panel event on March 8th at Heritage Club at Bethpage. The spring luncheon, titled “Challenges in a Changing Construction Environment