The Industrial Corridor Project is an initiative designed to connect Babylon's diverse and growing industrial and commercial business centers. Through the Industrial Development Agency, data on every major business within the Town is being collected, including what factors the private sector considers in making decisions about expansion, relocation, etc.
By creating a network of industry clusters, more businesses will be able to connect regarding possible synergies, IDA benefits, and Town and County issues. The IDA hopes to foster a new sense of shared community and public read more ››
Developers, capital sources and public agencies teamed up for a $11.7 million upgrade of a property in North Amityville, N.Y.
Babylon, N.Y.—An affordable housing community in the town of Babylon in Long Island, N.Y., went through an extensive rehabilitation process that aims extend the affordability of the development for another 20 years.
The newly renamed Plaza at Amityville, formerly known as Andpress Plaza, is located in the North Amityville area of Babylon and was built in 1983 with federal housing financing. Earlier this year, the Town of Babylon read more ››
A high-end apartment-and-retail complex in North Amityville will hold its official opening Thursday, about two weeks after tenants started moving into the first 50 apartments.
The 20-acre Greybarn complex will be the largest rental development in the Town of Babylon when it reaches its full complement of 500 apartments. Rents for one- and two-bedroom units range from $2,390 to $3,300.
The complex includes 40,000 square feet of retail space — including a Starbucks with a drive-through window — along Route 110 just south of the Southern State Parkway, on the site of a former read more ››
The planned Babylon Village performing arts center won village board approval last week, clearing the way for a multimillion-dollar renovation of a former movie theater at 34 W. Main St.
“This is going to be a tremendous asset for this village and for residents and nonresidents who will visit our shops and our restaurants,” Mayor Ralph Scordino said, anticipating a major draw for small businesses in the village downtown.
The arts center, to be called the Argyle Theater at Babylon Village, would be Long Island’s second year-round professional theater, joining the John W. read more ››
A new mixed-use project on Broadway in North Amityville has its first two retail tenants.
Starbucks will open a new 1,800-square-foot location within the next few weeks and in a few months a GoHealth Urgent Care walk-in medical clinic will open in a 2,200-square-foot space in a freestanding retail building at Greybarn, the mixed-use redevelopment of a 20-acre former trailer park.
The 3,990-square-foot retail building is part of the project’s first phase, which will also bring 25 one-bedroom and 25 two-bedroom apartments over about 36,000 square feet of retail space in an read more ››