About

Huntington Atrium is one of Long Island’s premier business addresses, a hub of Suffolk County business located in the heart of Huntington, New York. We offer office space for professional or commerical use. Rent or own. Huntington Atrium is a first-class 80,000 square feet office building with premium amenities. They include:

  • 24 /7 Individual suite temperature control.
  • Design service, fast build-to-suit -– suites to 8,500 square feet.
  • Furnished, full service immediate executive center offices.
  • Ample parking (5:1) 334 parking spaces.
  • Fully sprinklered building.
  • Conference rooms.
  • Cutting edge telephone communications.
  • High speed Internet.

Seafarer Fiberglass Yachts, Inc. had purchased the land on Park Avenue, where The Huntington Atrium now stands, from Albert’s Dairy in 1966 when it was a pasture for cows, and built its new fiberglass sailboat manufacturing facility on the site. The Seafarer 48 was one of the sailboat designs produced in the Seafarer factory, which was converted to the Huntington Atrium office building 20 years ago. The image on the mosaic in our west atrium is a reproduction of a painting of a Seafarer 48 sailboat under sail.

Forty years ago, one of the Seafarer 48 yachts, designed by Sparkman & Stephens, and built by Seafarer Fiberglass Yachts in Huntington, was “Queen of the Show” at the 1969 New York Boat Show. Mayor John Lindsay and his son were welcomed aboard. It was, and to this day remains, the largest sailboat design ever exhibited at the NY Boat Show.

The mosaic for the west atrium was pre-assembled by Artaic L.L.C. in 2009 in Boston, Massachusetts using a computer controlled robot utilizing patented new technology to create an enlarged image scanned from the original painting of the Seafarer 48 by Persis Lee Ames. The mosaic, over 30 feet high, incorporates more than 350,000 individual 10mm square glass tiles in a range of 60 colors. It is the largest mosaic ever produced by a robot installed anywhere in the world. Thus, history is made in more than one way here at the Huntington Atrium.