AvalonBay Communities’ planned six-story, 191-unit residential building at 240 East Shore Road, located on the eastern shore of Great Neck, in Nassau County, is currently underway after breaking ground this past summer. According to The Island Now, the development will include 81 one-bedroom, 79 two-bedroom and 31 three-bedroom units, and the structure will be fire-resistant. The site’s six petroleum tanks, formerly owned by Commander Oil, were demolished in March, and completion is expected in late 2017.
Ronkonkoma-based Browning Hotel Properties has proposed a six-story, 156-key Marriott hotel at the municipal parking lot on the corner of Broadway and Langdon Place, in Nassau County’s Lynbrook. Located a block away from the village’s LIRR station, the first three levels will house 306 parking spaces, 96 of which will be used by the hotel (the remaining set aside for municipal and commuter parking). According to Newsday, the village has signed an agreement with the developer for the land, and official plans will be filed in September.
The Nassau County IDA has approved tax breaks for the 42-unit, $8.1 million rental development planned at 100 Secatogue Avenue, in Farmingdale, a stone’s throw away from the LIRR station and two blocks from Main Street. According to Newsday, Cornerstone At Farmingdale, LLC, is developing, and ten percent of the residential units will be leased at below market rates. Construction is expected to begin this fall for a summer 2016 completion, although a two-story commercial building must first be demolished.
After gaining the Village’s approval in May, Regal Cinemas and Blumenfeld Development Group are now awaiting approval from the Nassau County IDA before beginning construction on a 70,000 square-foot, 77-foot-tall cinema at 321 Merrick Road, in Lynbrook. The project now calls for the demolition of the existing two-story building to make-way for the new structure, which will include 13 screens and 1,660 seats, according to the Herald. Demolition is expected to begin this Fall, with completion estimated in early 2017.
Village officials have approved the redevelopment of the two-story movie theater at 321 Merrick Road, in Nassau County’s Lynbrook. The expanded structure will measure 70,000 square feet and have 15 screens. Blumenfeld Development Group and The Prusik Group are developing, and completion is expected in early 2017, according to Long Island Business News.