The Wel will organize a “Welcome to Lindenhurst” fundraiser, a tasting on October 7th
The builders of $ 103 million Well The luxury apartment complex, which began welcoming occupants in June, is set to host an official ribbon cutting followed by a big party in Lindenhurst on Thursday, October 7.
Tickets for the “Welcome to Lindenhurst” event cost $ 25 each and all proceeds will go to the food bank. Click here to purchase tickets.
Admission offers you live music and free food and drink from 27a Brewing Company, Bakuto, Sand City Brewing Co., Muni’s Coffee Joint, Wa Meadwerks, Sidelines Cafe, Restoration Kitchen And Cocktails, Hermanas Kitchen And Cocktails and Belfast Gastropub, Riptides Cocktails and Grill and pita bowl.
Tritec has started the construction of Well in 2019 at 75 East Hoffman Avenue and the building is already 67% leased.
“The Wel is expected to be an important catalyst in the revitalization of Lindenhurst, and we are delighted to stand alongside residents, neighbors and local business owners to see what happens next in Lindenhurst’s future,” said Jim Coughlan, director of Tritec.
“We are also delighted that the proceeds of this event are going to Long Island Cares and its important mission of serving the hungry and food insecure people of Long Island. Working with the community to give back reflects Tritec’s core values of strengthening communities together and giving back in the neighborhoods where we build.
The day will begin at 1 p.m. with the official opening, which is expected to attract several local elected officials, members of the local business community and civic leaders.
This will be followed by the afternoon event, starting at 4 p.m., which is open to the public for all ticketed guests.
“We are honored to be the beneficiary of the Tritec Real Estates Groundbreaking Event for The Wel Residential Complex in Lindenhurst,” said Paule Pachter, CEO of Long Island Cares, Inc. “Long Island Cares opened our service on the South Rim Satellite location of the center in Lindenhurst in 2013, at the height of Super Storm Sandy, when nearly 14,000 local residents were affected by food insecurity and turned to the food bank. region for help.
“Tritec has been a wonderful business partner. They helped us open our satellite site in Freeport ten years ago, and now, with their support to the Lindenhurst community, we look forward to celebrating a new chapter in Long Island’s ever-changing real estate landscape.
Tritec officials say Well created more than 600 construction jobs. Resort amenities include a rooftop pool and terrace, 24-hour fitness center, outdoor fireplaces, bicycle storage, and a dog wash, to name a few .