New owners of Martha Clara Vineyards want to bring luxury homes and eateries to 205-acre site

TRD New York /
May.May 29, 2018 01:43 PM

The family who bought Riverhead’s Martha Clara Vineyards for $15 million from the Entenmann clan hopes to bring a kind of “town” to the 205-acre site. Maria Rivero González, CEO of her family’s Long Island business, wants to erect luxury homes, a bed-and-breakfast, a new tasting room and a restaurant on the site, Newsday reported. Rivero González, who still needs to secure town approval, expects to take five years to complete the plan. [Newsday]

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