Elected officials joined executives of Dealertrack and other Long Island business leaders to cut
the ribbon Wednesday on the company’s new 232,000-square-foot office building in North Hills.
After years of planning, resistance and expensive site clean-ups, developers and locals are finally feeling optimistic about the future of multifamily projects on Long Island.
IN A FEW SHORT YEARS, people on the North Shore might be heading to Syosset instead of Huntington for a night out on the town. Castagna Realty, known for Americana Manhasset, and Simon, known for—well, Simon Malls, are collaborating on a vision for a multi-use development in this central hub of Nassau County. Called Syosset Park, the 90-acre project will incorporate housing, shops, restaurants, hotels, office space and a large park to create a liveable, walkable destination.
Old Westbury, NY - March 22, 2016 - The North Shore Land Alliance will honor, Frank Castagna at its 8th annual “Fore the Love of the Land” Golf and Tennis outing on May 18, 2016 at Piping Rock Club in Locust Valley. Mr. Castagna, a Land Alliance Trustee, is being recognized for his leadership in protecting and enhancing the quality of life on Long Island.
Plans have been unveiled for the new North Hills headquarters of software company Dealertrack Technologies Inc., a building that will include a rooftop vegetable garden and an LED screen wall 65 feet long.
Frank Castagna gives high-end shoppers what they want
As the owner of two of Long Island’s premier places to shop, Frank Castagna has made a huge mark on the area’s retail landscape.
A formal proposal for the 65,000 square foot medical office building at Castagna Commerce Park on Route 22 was approved by the Town Planning Board at the public information meeting on Aug. 18.
If you have been watching the news or reading the paper, you’re sure to have noticed that the latest trend is “going green.” Various industries have been making news by “going green.” Read More
Jericho, NY The Real Estate Practitioner’s Institute (REPI) recently held its Annual Spring Luncheon. A packed house was on hand to hear the featured speaker of the day, James Larocca, chairman of the Long Island Power Authority, speak on the topic: “It’s Not Too Late to Make Energy Sense.”