Southdown Coffee will soon be opening a new location in Patchogue.
The growing Long Island coffee chain leased a 2,126-square-foot retail space in the New Village mixed-use complex at 1 Village Green Way.
The new Patchogue store will be Southdown Coffee’s first on the South Shore. The company, which specializes in premium coffee and handmade food, has other Long Island locations in Huntington, Glen Cove, Oyster Bay, Northport and Port Jefferson.
Completed in 2014 by Tritec Real Estate, the New Village mixed-use complex has hosted public outdoor concerts, farmers’ markets and festivals and is regarded as one of the centerpieces in the revitalization of Patchogue’s downtown.
Maria Valanzano and Steven D’Orazio of Colliers International represented Southdown Coffee, as well as landlord Tritec, in the Patchogue lease transaction.
“New Village helped provide an anchor to redevelop Patchogue and create a new sense of place for the village,” Valanzano said in a company statement. “The transformative project provided the energy that a community like Patchogue needs to keep moving forward. We were very pleased to find such an excellent location for Southdown Coffee’s first establishment on the South Shore.”
Chris Kelly, vice president of marketing at Tritec said bringing in a tenant like Southdown Coffee will provide both New Village tenants and community members with a place to congregate.
“Individuals will be able to grab a coffee, meet a friend for breakfast or catch up on some work while being footsteps away from all the town has to offer,” Kelly said in the statement.