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Hearing on planned senior housing units in Lindenhurst

The Village of Lindenhurst sign in 2011.

The Village of Lindenhurst sign in 2011. Photo Credit: Alexi Knock

The Village of Lindenhurst is holding a public hearing Tuesday evening on a rezoning application for a planned senior housing complex.

Mitchell Giannini, who owns two senior complexes in the village, wants to build a senior rental complex called Gail Grace Manor North on property now zoned industrial and residential. His application calls for rezoning the land to a senior citizen multiple residence district. The rezoning is for 515 Jackson Ave. and 402, 484 and 488 41st St. The rezoning would include property east of Ocean Avenue, west of Jackson Avenue and south of 42nd Street.

According to village officials, Giannini uses part of the property for his business, Giannini Landscaping. Giannini owns Gail Grace Manor and Gail Grace Manor West, both on Montauk Highway.

Giannini has proposed building 29 units with 59 parking spaces on 1.42 acres for the new housing, village Deputy Clerk Doug Madlon said. If approved by the village board, the application would go back to the planning board for approval, Madlon said.

The hearing will be at 7:30 p.m. at Village Hall, 430 S. Wellwood Ave.


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