Triple Five, the company hoping to purchase 1,640 acres in Calverton from Riverhead Town for $40 million, has now officially closed on a separate deal to buy 105 acres at the former Dowling College campus in Brookhaven for $14 million.
Stuart Bienenstock, Triple Five’s director of business development, confirmed by email Sunday that the deal closed Friday. READ
Calverton Aviation & Technology has responded to a 4 p.m. deadline imposed by Riverhead Town to notify officials whether it would submit additional financial information in regard to its proposal to purchase 1,640 acres of town-owned land at Enterprise Park at Calverton, according to Riverhead Supervisor Laura Jens-Smith and Stuart Bienenstock of Triple Five, the majority owner of CAT. READ
Bedlam broke out at the end of Thursday’s Riverhead Town Board work session when Nader Ghermezian, the chairman of Triple Five Group, began shouting at Supervisor Laura Jens-Smith and others when he wasn’t permitted to speak as the board discussed Calverton Aviation and Technology’s finances. READ
Triple Five Group, which owns a controlling interest in Calverton Aviation & Technology, the company that’s hoping to buy 1,640 acres of town-owned land at Enterprise Park at Calverton for $40 million, is now hoping to start another aviation business nearby. (more…)
Thanks to heavy snow in the forecast Tuesday, Calverton Aviation & Technology’s qualified and eligible sponsor hearing scheduled for Tuesday at the Pulaski Street School has now been rescheduled to March 19, starting at 6 p.m. READ
While Luminati Aerospace founder Daniel Preston was a no-show at Tuesday’s qualified and eligible sponsor hearing on Calverton Aviation and Technology’s $40 million offer to buy more than 1,600 acres of land from Riverhead Town at the Enterprise Park at Calverton, seemingly everyone else was there. READ