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Port Jefferson Station land sold for multi-family development

An 8.9 acre plot of land in Port Jefferson Station -- the site of a former car dealership that closed during the recession -- has been sold for $3.45 million.

The Northwind Group of Hauppauge bought the land, on the corner of Route 112 and Washington Avenue, according to a Monday news release from Coldwell Banker Commercial Island Corporate Services, which represented the purchaser.

Northwind has plans to build multifamily housing complex on the land, for which it has already received zoning approval through the Town of Brookhaven's Blight to Light program, according to Coldwell. The complex will have 85 apartments.

Lee Rosner, a managing principal at Coldwell, represented Northwind. The seller, Automotive Realty Associates, was represented by Jack O'Connor of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank's Melville office.

Tags: commercial real estate , land sale , multifamily housing , port jefferson station

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