Huntington Shopping Center in Huntington Station, NY is set to undergo a complete redevelopment that includes a new Whole Foods. The $75M investment will bring updated facades, reconstructed parking lots, new landscaping and walkways, and outdoor seating areas to the Long Island center, which sits adjacent to Walt Whitman Mall on Route 110 in the heart of Huntington’s main retail corridor.  

“Bringing Whole Foods to this location jump starts a long-awaited redevelopment of Huntington Shopping Center,” said Mark Brennan, VP of Regional Development. “With our investment, we’ll reinvigorate the destination and deliver on our aim to provide essential retail at convenient locations with services and shopping to benefit our community.” 

This 21-acre community shopping center is home to various national retailers including PetSmart, ULTA, Tilly’s, and Michaels. All current tenants will remain open during construction, and once redevelopment is complete, there will be a total of 277,000 square feet of retail at the site. Two new entrances, one on New York Avenue, and one on Route 110, will improve access for both shoppers and deliveries. Each storefront will be refreshed with updated signage, lighting, and facades. Two new pad sites will be constructed to accommodate up to three tenants each. 90,000 square feet of retail remains available for lease. The redevelopment is expected to be complete in 2024. 

Federal’s New York portfolio is currently concentrated on Long Island and provides important conveniences and shopping options to nearby communities. From grocers to pharmacies, fashion, dining and health & beauty, we seek best-in-class tenants, partnering with the perfect mix of national and regional brands to create unique neighborhood destinations. Area properties include Fresh Meadows in Queens; Melville Mall, Greenlawn Plaza, Huntington Shopping Center and Huntington Square in Huntington; Hauppauge Shopping Center in Hauppauge; and Georgetowne Shopping Center in Brooklyn. 


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