The groundbreaking happened in October 2019, and despite the challenges of COVID, construction is moving along at the 7-acre property where Lakeville Pace Mechanical once operated.
“The last year has been challenging,” said TRITEC’s Chris Kelly. “But as we continue to build in Lindenhurst, we see how resilient this community is. New stores and restaurants are opening even in the pandemic.”
The complex is a mix of studios and 1 , 2 and 3-bedroom apartments, as well as a slew of amenities that include a pool and patio.
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“TRITEC is excited to be a part of the energy here,” Kelly added. “Our virtual tour shows what we are working towards, and we are thrilled about the start of pre-leasing this April.”
The East Setauket-based company has developed several big projects across Long Island such as New Village in Patchogue, The Shipyard in Port Jefferson, and The Alston at what’s commonly referred to as the Ronkonkoma Hub.
Top: Chris Kelly of TRITEC and property manager Phil Chiovitti at The Wel’s main entrance Wednesday in Lindenhurst. (Michael White photos)