Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano joined New York State Lieutenant Governor Cathy Hochul and North Hills Mayor Marvin Natiss at a ribbon cutting for the newly relocated Dealertrack Technologies headquarters, on Wednesday, June 21 at 3400 New Hyde Park Road in North Hills. This relocation was part of a Nassau County Industrial Development Authority (IDA) economic development compact, approved in 2014 in partnership with the State Economic Development Corp., which is estimated to create 350 new jobs and retain over 300 more, ultimately providing a $3 billion boost to Nassau’s economy.
“Dealertrack is an anchor in our technology sector. Brick and mortar investments like this are a great boost for Nassau County’s economy,” said County Executive Mangano. “I want to thank Governor Cuomo, Lt. Governor Hochul and Empire State Development for their partnership in this project, and for helping to ensure that Nassau’s economy stays strong.”
Pictured from left to right: Frank Castagna, Castagna Realty Co, Inc; Mark Spector, Spectorgroup; Anna Kaplan, TOH Councilwoman; Sandy Schwartz, President of Cox Automotive; Cathy Hochul, Lt. Gov. of NY; Behind is Marvin Natiss, Mayor of North Hills; Mark F. O’Neil, COO of Cox Automotive; Keith Jezek, President of Software, Cox Automotive; John J. Cutleber, CEO, Castagna Realty Co, Inc; Kevin Law, CEO LI Association; Joseph Kearney, IDA; and Nicholas Terzulli, IDA