From left, Joseph P. Manzelli Jr., Peter Xenakis, Peter Goldsmith...

From left, Joseph P. Manzelli Jr., Peter Xenakis, Peter Goldsmith and Paul Trapani, in the Fuoco space in Hauppauge. (Feb. 2, 2012) Credit: Newsday/Karen Wiles Stabile

A building in Hauppauge that was converted only a few weeks ago into a mini tech mall is filling up faster than new apps on a mobile device.

The 30,000-square-foot building on Parkway Drive South, which was occupied for years by the accounting and financial consulting firm Fuoco Group, opened its doors in February to XT Group, formerly of East Meadow, and LISTnet, the technology-boosting organization that had been based in Melville. Fuoco founder and managing partner Lou Fuoco had wanted to create an information-technology mall in the three-floor facility.

LISTnet chairman Peter Goldsmith said Thursday that in the last week or so three more companies have located in the building: Tech Software Inc., which had been in Melville; Maxburst, which had been in Smithtown, and GroupGifting.com, a new creation by Internet guru Tyler Roye.

LISTnet occupies the top floor, where there are 14 small offices, Goldsmith said, adding eight or nine more companies might locate in some of those offices.

LISTnet called a meeting of chief executives of Long Island technology companies at the building last week. Fifteen CEOs showed up. "They liked the idea of working together and sharing ideas under one roof," Goldsmith said.

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