Developer outlines proposed senior housing project for Fort Salonga

TRD New York /
Aug.August 20, 2018 02:41 PM

The Northwind Group, a developer based in Hauppauge, has filed a “draft scope” for the transformation of the Indian Hills Golf Course into The Preserve at Indian Hills. The draft scope outlines the aspects of the project that a consultant should look at in order to consider the plan’s environmental impact.  The proposed senior housing development would include 98 age-restricted units for those 55 and up on 154.56 acres. The plans call for 49 duplex buildings, in addition to a clubhouse and fitness center. On Aug. 8, Huntington Town’s planning board issued a declaration stating that the project could significantly impact the town, which prompted the necessity of creating an environmental impact statement. The Fort Salonga Property Owners Association opposes the project over environmental concerns.  [Newsday]

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