First tenants move in as $750M Ronkonkoma Hub project continues

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The first tenants have moved into the $750 million Ronkonkoma Hub, a 53-acre, mixed-use development of apartments, stores, restaurants and offices, Newsday reported. This first apartment building to open is called the Alston, which has 129 units. The second apartment building, with its 116 units, will open in July. The hub, which is officially named Station Square, will have another four apartment buildings when completed by East Setauket-based Tritec Real Estate, one of the largest developers on Long Island. Five of those buildings will rise four stories above Mill Road. There will also be an area that includes townhouses, bringing the total number of units up to 1,450. The Alston’s 492-square-foot one-bedroom units are going for $1,700 a month, while the 1,192-square-foot two-bedrooms are renting $3,150 per month. Amenities at the Alston include a pool, two fitness centers, a yoga room, several clubrooms, a game room and courtyards that have fire pits and grilling stations. When complete, the new Station Square will also include 195,000 square feet of office space, 360,000 square feet of retail space and another 60,000 square feet for hospitality and community spaces. [Newsday]