In a split vote, the Riverhead Town Board approved both the site plan and the special permit application for Georgica Green Ventures’ proposed 116-unit mixed-use apartment complex Tuesday night. The board also approved an environmental study submitted by the applicant and stated that the project will have “no significant adverse environmental impacts.” READ
The developer of a 114,090-square-foot Marriott Residence Inn under construction on the west end of Route 58 across from Tanger Outlet Center is expecting the cost of the project to increase from $26,849,775 to $32,681,960, in part because of plans to install a new traffic signal on the western end of the property that will allow cars leaving the hotel property to turn east.
Plans for a five-story, 116-unit apartment complex in downtown Riverhead got a mixed reaction at Tuesday’s Riverhead Town Board meeting. READ
A developer looking to build a five-story, mixed-use apartment project in downtown Riverhead has requested a 30-year property tax abatement from the Riverhead Industrial Development Agency.
Downtown Riverhead is getting a half-million dollar boost from New York State by way of a grant to revitalize the area.
Riverhead Town is applying for a $500,000 state grant that it hopes can be used toward funding of two privately-owned projects in downtown Riverhead, which are both proposed in buildings that have been vacant for many years. READ
The Riverhead Industrial Development agency will have a busy meeting next month, when two large downtown apartment projects are scheduled to make presentations and the board also decides the fate of a controversial hard cider distillery’s request for IDA benefits. READ