Starbucks, Just Salad leases bring new Hauppauge building to full occupancy

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By Dan Sears

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Starbucks and Just Salad have leased space at a recently developed mixed-use building in Hauppauge, bringing the property to full occupancy. 

Starbucks leased 1,500 square feet and Just Salad leased 1,986 square feet on the ground floor of 410 Motor Parkway, joining the building’s two other food tenants, Mógū Modern Chinese Kitchen and Jersey Mike’s Subs. 

Both Starbucks and Just Salad are expected to open this spring. The new Starbucks will be the first of the coffee giant’s stores to be located in the Long Island Innovation Park at Hauppauge.  

One of the first new mixed-use buildings in the Hauppauge park, 410 Motor Parkway was a speculative project from Craig Padover’s Aresco Management. Aresco purchased a one-story, 40,000-square-foot industrial building, one of the first ever built at the development formerly known as the Hauppauge Industrial Park, in Oct. 2015. With the help of some economic incentives from the Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency, the company invested more than $15 million to build a unique new building on the 3-acre site, featuring food businesses on its ground level and three floors of office space above. 

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Designed by John Seifert of Huntington-based WSJS Architects, the project was the first to be developed under the Town of Smithtown’s overlay zoning aimed to promote economic growth in the country’s second-largest industrial park. 

Aresco, which has its offices in the building, had already filled the rest of the office space with Bus Patrol, Hanover Bank and National Life Insurance Company, and it’s now filled all of the food space with its two newest leases. 

Russel Helbling of Katz & Associates represented Starbucks, and Eric Gillman and Adam Bass of CBRE represented Just Salad, while landlord Aresco Management was self-represented in the 410 Motor Parkway lease transactions. 

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