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Hempstead board votes to decide fate of Harbor Isle housing complex

Hempstead Town Hall is at 1 Washington St.

Hempstead Town Hall is at 1 Washington St. (Nov. 28, 2011) (Credit: JC Cherubini)

The Hempstead Town board is scheduled to vote Tuesday on a proposed $90 million, 172-unit Harbor Isle housing development.

The developers, Blue Island Development LLC and Posillico Development Co. at Harbor Island Inc., want approval to build 140 rental apartments and 32 condos on a former oil storage and distribution site. The development, which would include boat slips, is to be called the Battery at Harbor Isles & Avalon Yacht View.

The 10.76-acre site is at Island Parkway South and Sheridan Place in Harbor Isle.


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The site is part of the state’s brownfield program that seeks to clean up toxic waste. Posillico would have until Dec. 31, 2015, to complete an estimated $12 million cleanup to be eligible for tax credits.

The town board meeting is scheduled to begin at 10:30 a.m. at 1 Washington St. in Hempstead and is open to the public.
 

Tags: Hempstead , Blue Island Development LLC , Posillico Development Co. , Harbor Isle Housing

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