The new building, which is still being constructed, is sited in a much more vibrant neighborhood, compared to the industrial park where the office is currently located. Caro is working with Mark Mancini of Mancini Architecture, PLLC to ensure the new location has the amenities and a modern infrastructure that are crucial to service clients in a quick and efficient manner. The current site has been vacant for about four year now, enduring vandalism and suspicious activities on the premises. The Caros has been working with Tony Catapano and Anthony Manetta from Suffolk County IDA to work on a deal to rejuvenate a central spot in the town.
The Caros have purchased a total of four acres, with two buildings at 18k square feet and 12k square feet. The new home is vastly bigger compared to the current building, at 60 Knickerbocker Ave in Bohemia. Karin has held her businesses at 60 Knickerbocker for several years; BluChip Marketing was launch out of her home nearly three years ago but quickly moved into the building with the rest of her business when it took off. Recently, Caro felt it was time to relocate their multi-million-
Caro explained, “We want people to feel happy when they come to work, which the new building designs will create that sort of environment. We are honored that we are able to improve property in Smithtown, which is where we live. We’re proud of our thriving community, employees, and businesses. This building will help us connect not only connect with our employees, but with the community, as well.”
The move is expected to take place in October 2012.