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Venture One will break ground soon on two specualtive induisrial developments in Long Island's Suffolk County

Venture One Readies Groundbreaking on Suffolk County Industrial 

Venture One plans to develop two sites totaling 17.10 acres and located at 49 Wireless Blvd. in Hauppauge, NY and 2950 Veterans Memorial Hwy. in Bohemia, NY. The developer plans to break ground on the two class A industrial facilities within Long Island’s Suffolk County in the third quarter, with  delivery slated for Q3 2023. 
“With vacancy on Long Island at an all-time low of 2.50%, we believe there is a demand for modern industrial product which is equipped with dedicated fleet and trailer parking,” said Brian McDonagh, VP– Northeast region at Venture One.
Cushman & Wakefield’s Thomas DeLuca, Frank Frizalone and Nick Gallipoli  have been retained to market Venture Park Hauppauge and Venture Park Islip and  for lease on behalf of Venture One. Additionally, Cushman & Wakefield represented Venture One in the acquisition of the development sites.


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