Brownstones in West Islip Relocating to New Construction on Union Boulevard, Former Dzus Fastener Site

Brownstones Coffee in West Islip is leaving its current spot at 306 Union Boulevard later this year to take up residence in a brand new building being constructed on 425 Union Boulevard, the old site of Dzus Fastener.

Brownstones will be joining 7-Eleven on the same site and a third location of Piazzetta Pizzeria and Restaurant.

Christopher Mayor- a self-described “West Islip guy” and one of the commercial real estate agents at Island Associates who helped ink the leases in the new development – told Long Island Restaurants that Piazzetta will occupy an end cap unit in a small strip of two to three other stores. Brownstones will be in a free-standing building on the property. According to reports, Brownstones signed a 15-year lease for the 4,554-square-foot space.

Mayor said the plan was to get the tenants in a few years ago but delays caused development of the site to be pushed back.

Someone who answered the phone at Brownstones Coffee in West Islip said they don’t expect to be moving that location for a few months. Mayor thinks they can be ready to move in sometime this summer.

Meanwhile, the current Brownstones location at 306 Union Boulevard is being advertised for lease on Facebook Marketplace. At the time of the publication of this story, the landlord is asking $11,000 per month plus taxes. The ad says the building will be available September 1st.

The first Brownstones opened in Amityville in 2002. In addition to West Islip the popular breakfast spot with an old-timey vibe has locations in Sayville, East Northport and Centereach.

📷 Brownstones Coffee in 2017. Google Maps

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