Long Island recently ended the veteran housing crisis that has plagued Nassau and Suffolk Counties for so many years. There was a real need to provide safe, affordable housing for veterans and their families. Housing complexes like the one S&D oversees at Mitchel Field were created to ensure there are no homeless veterans left behind on the streets of Long Island.
With major new developments rising across the area, the Nassau County commercial real estate market remains promising for business owners searching for new space.
It’s tough to say whether it’s the large, affluent customer base or the proximity to New York City or some other factor, but businesses are thriving in Nassau County. If you are looking to relocate or open a new Nassau County business, it’s hard to argue with the benefits of doing business in this area.
If you are looking to start a new business or relocate your current office, then make sure that Nassau County is on your radar. The suburban county’s sought-after location makes commercial real estate a hot commodity.