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Colliers has been hired by TRITEC to lease up 195,000 square feet of retail space at Station Yards, a $1-billion development in Ronkonkoma, NY

Colliers Engaged to Lease Retail Space at $1B Mixed-Use in Ronkonkoma

Colliers has partnered with TRITEC Real Estate Company to lease 195,000 square feet of retail space at Station Yards, a $1-billion mixed-use project in Ronkonkoma on Long Island. A Colliers team led by VPs Maria Valanzano and Steven D’Orazio — with the support of Anjee Solanki, national head of retail and Jake Horowitz, associate VP — has the assignment. 

“Tritec has truly reimagined the future of living, working and shopping on Long Island,” said D’Orazio. “We’re proud of the work that we have done with Tritec on various projects over the years and we anticipate strong interest from authentic Long Island brands at Station Yards.” 

In addition to the retail space, Station Yards will consist of 1,450 apartments and 360,000 square feet of office space. Spanning 53-plus acres surrounding the Ronkonkoma Long Island Rail Road Station, it’s set for completion in 2024. 


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