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Developer to outline Island Park rebuilding plan

Island Park developer John Vitale has proposed to

Island Park developer John Vitale has proposed to build 85 luxury rental apartments at the site of the former Paddy McGee's and Coyote Grill -- storm-damaged restaurants along a stretch of Barnum Island. Credit: H2M Architects and Engineers.

The newly formed Island Park Business & Residential Chamber plans to host a meeting Wednesday about a developer’s plan to build luxury apartments on Waterview Road.

Developer John Vitale, who wants to build 85 units at the former site of the Paddy McGee’s and Coyote Grill restaurants, is expected to speak at the meeting, the chamber said in a statement.

Vitale’s address is to be part of the regular February meeting of the chamber, which formed last month.

The chamber is also starting a “Spotlight On” series to give local business owners a chance to tout their establishments, the statement said. Business owners interested in the program are advised to contact the chamber at 516-330-6679.

The meeting is scheduled at 7 p.m. at the Island Park Library, 176 Long Beach Rd.


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