Convenient Locations in Suffolk County

Directions To:

Stony Brook Small Business Development Center
Research and Development Park,

Research and Support Services (Building 17), Room 146
Stony Brook University, NY 11794-6016 


Using GPS?  Enter 1512 Stony Brook Road, which will bring you to the entrance of the Research and Development Park.  Follow the last bullet point in the directions below to find the Research and Support Services Building.  

For Google, or other GPS systems, use Saint James instead of Stony Brook.


• LIE Exit 62 North (Route 97, Nicolls Road.) Proceed for about 7 miles.
• Make a left onto Nesconset Highway (Route 347.) Travel west for about one mile.
• At the second traffic light, make a right onto Stony Brook Road.
• Continue north for about 2 miles, passing the University entrance traffic light.
• Make a left into the entrance to the Research and Development Park.
• Travel one mile (passing the CEWIT Building on the right) and Building 17 will be on your left. Come into the left-hand entrance with the blue awning. Once inside, go slightly to the right and look for the signs for the Small Business Development Center.

• Take Northern State Parkway to the end, and bear left at the fork in the road (just past the State Office Buildings on the right.) Road is now Nesconset Highway
(Route 347.)
• Continue for about 8 miles, passing Smith Haven Mall on your right.
• Pass the traffic light at the Red Lobster & Friendly’s, get into the left lane.
• Make a left at the next light, which is Stony Brook Road (see Duane Reade on the northwest corner, Hess gas station on the northeast corner.)
Follow directions, above, "From the L.I. Expressway."

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Satellite Offices:
To make our services closer to you, counselors keep office hours at several satellite locations.  Days of the week may vary so please call 631-632-9070 to schedule an appointment.  You will receive directions to the location with your appointment confirmation.


SHIRLEY: Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Public Library
William Floyd Parkway
Shirley, NY

FARMINGVILLE: Bookhaven Town Hall, Women's Services
Independence Hill
Farmingville, NY

SOUTHAMPTON: Stony Brook Southampton
Tuckahoe Road
Southampton, NY

BRENTWOOD: Brentwood Public Library
Second Avenue
Brentwood, NY

PATCHOGUE: Patchouge-Medford Library
East Main Street
Patchogue, NY




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February 23, 2017
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March 9, 2017

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What You Need to Know About Your Credit: The Facts and the Myths
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June 14, 2017
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June 21, 2017
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Selling to the Government
June 21, 2017
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QuickBooks Basics
July 10,17 and 31, 2017
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Selling to the Government
August 16, 2017
10:00 am-12:30 pm
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