Renaissance Downtowns pledges to preserve LIRR parking for Huntington Station project

New York /
Jul.July 02, 2018 01:05 PM

Ryan Porter, co-CEO of the Plainview developer Renaissance Downtowns promised that his company would preserve the number of parking spots in their plan for a hotel and apartments on Huntington Station land used by LIRR commuters, Newsday reported. About 240 spaces would be relocated as part of the development, but none would be eliminated, Porter said. State legislators recently approved the sale of the 4.16 acres of land to the town — a parcel currently occupied by parking spaces — which the town is then expected to sell to Renaissance Downtowns. Parking in the area is expected to be reorganized and more efficient, according to the Newsday report. [Newsday]


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