Smithtown OKs 160 units in two rental developments

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Aug.August 27, 2018 01:51 PM

The Smithtown Town Council approved two projects — one from East Hampton-based developer Salvatore DiCarlo and one from TDG Commack, a subsidiary of the DiNoto Group. DiCarlo plans to build 62 apartments and 9,416 feet of retail space in what is now an empty lot across from Smithtown town hall. TDG Commack applied to build 98 apartments for those 55 and older on the current site of the vacant Courtesy Inn in Commack. The developers still need to get the go ahead from the Suffolk County Health Department. Demolition and building could begin in Commack this fall, with the Smithtown project’s construction kicking off in the spring. [Newsday]


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