NEW YORK—A 51.65-acre, shovel-ready, fully entitled development site in Brookhaven Long Island has come on market priced at $15 million. Approved plans for the site include construction of a 408-unit senior housing project.
Eastern Consolidated's Adelaide Polsinelli and Ben Tapper, senior directors, and Robert Khodadadian, associate director, is the team that will promote the pending sale.
Consisting of 392,400 sq. ft. dedicated to residential use and 20,000 sq. ft. earmarked for commercial/restaurant use, the site offers close proximity to the Hamptons and will offer 60 one-bedroom and 60 two-bedroom units spanning three buildings.
Currently named Heritage Square Senior Housing Development, the plan also includes an addition 288 two-bedroom, garden-style units in townhomes. Zoned Planned Retirement Congregate Housing Community, the site plan will never expire. Ownership may opt for any combination of residential living on the site.
The site has passed a full environmental impact study. Architectural plans are in the schematic design stage and civil engineering plans are complete and have been approved.