Brooklyn investment firm pays $22M for Blue Point Brewery building in Patchogue: report

TRD TRI-STATE /
Oct.October 02, 2019 12:17 PM

Blue Point Brewery building (Credit: LoopNet)

Brooklyn-based real estate investment firm Bud and Brewery LLC bought the Blue Point Brewery building in Patchogue.

Bud and Brewery, which is controlled by the Dolgin family, reportedly sold the 108,000-square-foot building on West Main Street for $22 million, according to the Long Island Business News. The company would not divulge a price.

“The ongoing, long-term Blue Point lease has solidified the surging economic fortunes of Patchogue, and the Dolgin family is pleased to be part of this exciting venture,” Kal Dolgin said in a statement, adding that the purchase “cements our presence in Suffolk County.” [LIBN]


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