Farmingdale development held up by 3 missing parking spaces

TRD New York /
Apr.April 09, 2018 03:21 PM

A plan for an $18 million Farmingdale mixed-use project was still missing three parking spots ahead of a village board vote Monday. Hauppauge-based Staller Associates Inc. is behind the plan, hoping to build a 54-unit apartment building and retail storefront space. The plan, as submitted, had 87 parking spots, three shy of what the village’s code requires. The mayor noted that the developer could tweak its plan and meet the requirements. [Newsday]

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