23-Unit Conversion Proposed For Four-Story Office Building At 249 East Park Avenue, Long Beach

249 East Park AvenueProposed 249 East Park Avenue, rendering via LI Herald

Property owner Alan Pilevsky is seeking to convert the former four-story, 16,000-square-foot office building at 249 East Park Avenue, in Long Beach, Long Island, into 23 residential units. The LI Herald reports the building was vacated by Long Beach Medical Center after Hurricane Sandy and has since sat empty. The apartments will be a mix of studio and one-bedrooms. The size of the building and the property’s 24 motor vehicle parking spots will remain unchanged, although the structure will receive major renovations including a new façade and an entrance ramp (to meet federal laws). Later this week, the Zoning Board of Appeals is expected to vote on multiple variances for the project, the major one being the allowance of residential use in a commercial zone. The Nassau County Planning Commission is also required to approve the project and is expected to vote on it in March. Long Island-based Ferraro Robert Phillip Architect is designing.

249 East Park Avenue

Present-day 249 East Park Avenue, photo by Christina Daly for LI Herald

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1 Comment on "23-Unit Conversion Proposed For Four-Story Office Building At 249 East Park Avenue, Long Beach"

  1. Grace Butler | January 19, 2017 at 6:06 pm |

    Will these be for sale or for rent?

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