Duggal Visual Expands To Westhampton

Independent/Desirée Keegan

Duggal Visual Solutions’ expanding workload has led to the purchase of 15,500 square feet of industrial and office space in the Hampton Business District at the Gabreski Airport.

The largest privately-held printing, graphic/digital display, and multimedia company, Duggal Visual Solutions employs more than 430 and has a client base that expands to the country’s top designers, architects, museums, and corporations — including more than a third of the Fortune 100 companies. The New York City-based establishment, which has been around for over half a century, is known for the quality in which it performs its craft and for pioneering some of the most sophisticated imaging technology.

“When looking to expand our business on Long Island’s East End, the Hampton Business District was the only location that checked all the boxes,” said Duggal Visual Solutions CEO Michael Duggal. “We were instantly attracted to the brand-new construction and the space’s open floor plan. The logistical layout of the building is very well-designed and provides us with the versatility and space needed to exceed our customer expectations.”

The Westhampton space at 200 Roger’s Way is a 68,000-square-foot building owned by Rechler Equity Partners, the largest owner of commercial real estate in Suffolk County, that incorporates the latest in sustainable design and green technology. The building was specifically designed to accommodate a variety of business needs, such as office, showroom, warehouse and distribution, manufacturing and assembly, and film production.

“Duggal Visual Solutions is another successful company expanding into the Hampton Business District, demonstrating the district’s ability to accommodate a diverse group of businesses,” said Mitchell Rechler, co-managing partner of Rechler Equity Partners. “We are proud of the turn-key product made available to our tenants and thrilled about the expanding occupancy and what the means for the East End’s growing economy.”

The two entered into a long-term lease agreement. Tenant convenience is at the heart and soul of the Gabreski Airport-based structure — which is located near Sunrise Highway and the Long Island Expressway — Rechler said, equipped with 22-foot ceilings, loading docks and drive-ins, an early suppression, fast response sprinkler system, and connections to sewers.

Duggal Visual Solutions is the latest in a host of businesses, including Tate’s Bake Shop, Westhampton Beach Brewing Company, Restoration Hardware, ADS Management, Carrier Enterprises, and AC Lighting & Electrical Supplies that chose to grow their companies in the Hampton Business District. The plaza currently consists of three buildings offering 195,000 square feet of Class-A industrial, commercial, and office space. As demand for space continues to grow, Rechler Equity is currently planning for a second phase of the business park, which will add more than 250,000 square feet of space.

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