Thirty West Main developer Georgia Malone in the second-floor lounge. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
Downtown Riverhead has been touted for years as a place “on the rise,” an up-and-coming magnet drawing both new businesses and new apartments. A 52-unit apartment complex opened on Peconic Avenue in 2010 and 19 more units are set open soon in the former Woolworth building — right next to the renovated Suffolk Theater. Another 48 affordable housing units are slated for West Main Street. (more…)
There are six open houses scheduled on the North Fork this weekend ranging in price from $339,000 to $1.3 million. Get a sneak peek at the listings on northforker.com.
Listings prepared for Times/Review Newspapers by Suffolk Research Service, dated Nov. 10-16, 2014. (more…)
This custom built Southold dream home is paradise by the bay. The five-bedroom house boast views of the Peconic Bay and Shelter Island, plus includes private beach rights.
View the listing on northforker.com.
Atlantis is looking at its options to redevelop this property. (Credit: Tim Gannon)
The company that owns the Long Island Aquarium and the Hyatt Hotel in downtown Riverhead is looking to restore a dilapidated 113-year-old building it recently purchased across the street instead of tearing it down.
Plum Island. (Credit: Times/Review, file)
An advocacy group is threatening a lawsuit against two federal agencies in the latest attempt to halt the public sale of Plum Island, claiming officials have failed to protect endangered species inhabiting the isle.
Connecticut Fund for the Environment, along with the Long Island version Save the Sound, issued notice Monday to the Department of Homeland Security and the General Services Administration — the two agencies that oversee the island — of an intent to sue under violation of the Endangered Species Act.
Listings prepared for Times/Review Newspapers by Suffolk Research Service, dated Nov. 3-9, 2014. (more…)
The kitchen of a Riverhead home on the market with an asking price of $300,000.
A “follow-through.” A “major recovery.” A market “on fire.”
Whatever you want to call it, North Fork’s real estate agents seem to agree: 2014 was a strong year that built on the successful bounce-back that began two years ago.
And even into December, that market was still surging. (more…)