Syosset Park developer will pay to test for toxins on site

New York /
May.May 29, 2018 02:00 PM

Syosset Park Development — made up of Simon Property Group, the Albanese Organization and Castagna Realty — has agreed to pay for an independent environmental study of the site of its proposed development atop a former Oyster Bay landfill. The developer plans to build 625 residences, two hotels, a 30-acre park and retail space. A prior study found that the site didn’t have higher than normal levels of radiation, but area residents still wanted an independent study, Long Island Business News reported. [LIBN]


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