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 ››
An East Farmingdale laundry company that was displaced after a fire in the summer of 2015 plans to move back into its original headquarters, officials said.
Allen Boulevard Corporation plans to restore the 10,000-square-foot building at 71 Allen Boulevard. Owner Ed Savarese, Jr., is investing $1.5 million into the project with new construction, an updated sprinkler system, new equipment and furnishings.
He is rebuilding the company after his father Ed Savarese, Sr., died shortly after the fire. The company will be adding 40 full-time union employees.
A father and son are purchasing a movie theater in the heart of Babylon village and converting it into a performing arts and education space.
Mark Perlman and his son Dylan Perlman, through their company Main Street LLC, are investing more than $1.6 million to refurbish the existing abandoned building on West Main Street, whose first floor is 7,727 square feet and second floor is 5,801 square feet. The building most recently housed a Bow Tie Cinemas. The new space will be converted in an indoor entertainment venue to include comedy shows, productions, concerts and more.
Developers, business leaders and elected officials are slated to attend an official groundbreaking ceremony Thursday for a 90-residence apartment complex in Copiague.
The $33.5 million project being built by the Community Development Corporation of Long Island and Conifer Realty will add 56 one-bedroom and 34 two-bedroom apartments on the Railroad Avenue site just across from the Copiague Long Island Rail Road station.
Demolition of the blighted site was recently completed to make way for read more ››
February marked the one-year anniversary of Matthew McDonough serving as chief executive officer of the To Babylon Industrial Development Agency. He spoke with LIBN about recent deals, plans for a brewery incubator what companies should know about working with the agency.
Why are IDAs essential? An IDA’s basic function is to assist in a real estate transaction where there is a lease or sale of the building. In Babylon we become a partner, help with applications, so there is no need to have a fear of Town Hall. Our client’s paperwork becomes expedited – we read more ››