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Tree of Life, at 89-46 164th Street in Jamaica, Queens. Courtesy of NY Housing Connect

Tree of Life Affordable Housing Development Debuts at 89-46 164th Street in Jamaica, Queens

Construction is now complete on Tree of Life, a new affordable housing project at 89-46 164th Street in Jamaica, Queens. Developed in collaboration by First Jamaica Community and Urban Development Corporation (FJCUDC) and Bluestone Organization and designed by GF55 Architects, the 12-story building comprises 174 affordable units for a range of incomes from extremely low to moderate- and middle-income households. A total of 53 apartments will be permanently affordable under the city’s inclusionary housing program.

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Ground breaking ceremony for the Neuroscience Research Complex on the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) campus [From left to right: CSHL Chair Marilyn Simons, CSHL President & CEO Bruce Stillman, New York Lieutenant Governor Antonio Delgado, Empire State Development Chair Kevin Law, and New York State Senator James Gaughran]

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory’s $57M Neuroscience Research Complex Breaks Ground on Long Island

Construction has broken ground on a new seven-acre Neuroscience Research Complex at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in Cold Spring Harbor, a small waterfront hamlet in Suffolk County, Long Island. The complex will add three new buildings and more than 36,000 square feet of labs and research facilities to the campus, which conducts research on developmental neurological disorders like autism and neurodegenerative diseases including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

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Rendering of the new town square in Riverhead, Long Island

New York State Awards $20M to Support Community Projects in Riverhead and Amityville, Long Island

Riverhead and Amityville, a pair of small towns in Suffolk County, Long Island, are the latest recipients of a $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) award from New York State agencies. The initiative is described as an economic development program and is backed by the Department of State, Empire State Development, the New York State Homes and Community Renewal, and NYSERDA.

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