Business Beat: New Bus Line, Fresh Facing and More

Also this week, an aging building which formerly housed a bank in Stony Brook was demolished.

Credit: 7bus
Credit: 7bus
Catch up on the biggest business headlines from over the past week in the area:


7Bus Now Servicing BoltBus Routes From Riverhead

Customers looking to book a trip to New York City on the BoltBus from Riverhead have found that the7Bus company has rebranded the line.

Mike Schoolman, president of 7Bus, said that his company had originally had a license agreement with BoltBus, which ran from December through June.


Vacant Bank Building Demolished in Stony Brook

As construction is under way at the Coventry Commons shopping center in Stony Brook, one of the aging buildings, which formerly housed a bank, has been demolished. A permit posted on the door of the adjacent building, which used to be home to J&R's Steakhouse, shows the Town of Brookhaven issued a permit for its demolition on July 26.


Refacing at Terryville Plaza to Continue Through Early Fall

Shoppers may have noticed recently some refacing work being done at the Nesconset Shopping Center on Route 347 in Terryville. But the bucket trucks shouldn't be in the way of Home Goods, Five Guys Burgers & Fries and Dollar Tree for too long, according to a company spokesperson, as the work should be done by early fall.


JVC Broadcasting Moving to Patchogue

The Ronkonkoma-based broadcasting company known for owning Party 105 and Mycountry 96.1 will be renovating a Waverly Avenue eyesore into its new headquarters.


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