38-unit Water Mill Village townhouse project passes environmental review

TRD New York /
Sep.September 12, 2018 11:49 AM

The Southampton Town Planning Board finished its environmental review of a 38-unit townhouse complex in Water Mill and declared that it wouldn’t harm the environment, area aesthetic or transportation. Officials did ask that developers did need more “traffic calming” measures like crosswalks and speed bumps. When finished, the townhouse complex will also have a clubhouse, swimming pool and sewage treatment plant. The property’s owner, Watermill Village Associates II LLC would be open to adding the traffic calming measures, according to their attorney Mary Jane Asato. Four of the units will he reserved to affordably house low-income residents. [27east]


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