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View Smart Windows Make Long Island Office Debut

View, Inc. said its Smart Windows have been installed at 410 Motor Pkwy,, Long Island’s first newly constructed speculative office in over a dozen years. Developed by Aresco Management, the four-story, 35,000-square-foot mixed-use building is part of the new Long Island Innovation Park at Hauppauge, NY. 

The building is also Long Island’s first office to feature View Smart Windows, which have been shown to improve occupant health and building energy-efficiency. The windows use artificial intelligence to automatically adjust their tint in response to outdoor conditions, optimizing natural light and views of the outdoors while minimizing heat and glare.  

“410 Motor Pkwy. was designed to be the ideal post-pandemic office environment that focuses on health and well-being,” said Craig Padover with Aresco Management. “View Smart Windows are a vital amenity that makes 410 Motor Pkwy. a standout property in this region.” 


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