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Mark Goldberg Prosthetics & Orthotic Labs has leased nearly 6,500 square feet at Stony Brook Technology Center

Colliers Secures Long-Term Lease at Stony Brook Technology Center 

Colliers secured a long-term lease for Mark Goldberg Prosthetics & Orthotic Labs, Inc. at Stony Brook Technology Center (SBTC) in Stony Brook, NY. Senior managing directors Maria Valanzano and Steven D’Orazio represented both the landlord, TRITEC Real Estate Company, and the tenant. 
With the new lease of nearly 6,500 square feet, SBTC is now 92% leased. The complex includes more than one million square feet across 28 buildings and 103 acres, in proximity to Stony Brook University and three major health systems: Northwell Health at Mather Hospital, Stony Brook University Hospital and Catholic Health Systems at St. Charles Hospital.  

“Stony Brook is the state’s only public research university that is designated as a National Science Foundation Science and Technology Center, so we expect to continue to see a strong demand for medical and research-based tenants in the area.,” said Karen Shelhorse, senior property manager at TRITEC.  


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