Assisted-living home proposed for Port Jefferson Station

TRD New York /
Jul.July 30, 2018 12:51 PM

Baltimore-based Brightview Senior Living has proposed building a three-story assisted-living facility in Port Jefferson Station, Long Island Business News reported. The 8.7-acre area where they want to erect the home is mostly residential and Brightview would need to secure a zoning change from the Town of Brookhaven, which the Suffolk County Planning Commission already recommended. If they get it, they will build a 182,079-square-foot building with 200 beds and 170 parking spaces. The space would be Brightview’s second on Long Island. The company had tried to build another facility in South Setauket, but pulled its application after local pushback. [LIBN]


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