Altice USA is consolidating various Long Island operations in its Bethpage building, including its Long Island News 12 studio, and moving its headquarters to Long Island City, Queens.
The firm, which recently announced plans to go public, today informed employees that it will consolidate several Long Island offices near Bethpage into what it views as an underutilized 1111 Stewart Ave. building in Bethpage.
The firm plans to use that building, which has long been its headquarters, instead as Altice USA’s core operations center.
Altice USE plans to enhance the building to accommodate more employees, including construction of a new News 12 studio.
“As a leading New York employer, Altice USA is pleased to establish our Bethpage facility as a core Altice USA operations center and to continue making an impact in the local community,” spokeswoman Lisa Anselmo said.
She said the firm remains “committed to our presence on Long Island, and to creating a collaborative work environment for our employees to help expedite innovation and technology advancements for our customers.”
Altice USA also plans to move its headquarters to Long Island City, Queens, in the fourth quarter of the year, which would end its long history as a firm based in Nassau County.
“At the same time, we are excited to join the Long Island City community and to establish Long Island City as the company’s corporate headquarters,” Anselmo added. “Long Island City is a vibrant and growing business location, and we look forward to creating a great place to work for employees.”
The firm, which said the changes do not involve any…
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