The developer of a proposed 170-unit apartment complex at the former Sears site on East Main Street said he’ll provide far more parking spaces than the 88 originally proposed for the project.
Robert Muchnick of the Metro Group, who is under contract to buy the property from Riverhead Enterprises, told the Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association Wednesday night that he would provide at least one parking space per unit, and possible more. READ
The potential impact on the Riverhead School District and on some historic neighboring properties were two of the issues speakers said should be studied in an environmental impact study on a 170-unit apartment complex proposed on the former Sears site in Riverhead. READ
Another large apartment complex on East Main Street is now headed for the review process, as Riverhead Town has scheduled two “scoping” sessions on its environmental impact for next month.
Listed officially listed as 203-213 East Main Street, the project location is better known locally as the former Sears site.
The applicant, Metro Group Properties, is proposing a five-story, 170-unit mixed use structure on land immediately west of the 116-unit Riverview Lofts development, another five-story mixed use structure that’s currently under construction. READ