Sea Cliff renews bid to halt Garvies Point project in Glen Cove

New York /
Oct.October 22, 2018 12:06 PM

The Village of Sea Cliff and more than 100 area residents went to court to appeal a 2016 state Supreme Court decision that dismissed two lawsuits and allowed to go forward a $1 billion Garvies Point development on Glen Cove’s waterfront, Newsday reported. They want the appeals court to annul at 2015 city planning board approval of the RXR Glen Isle Partners plan to build 1,110 condominiums and apartments, parks, esplanade, marina and commercial space. Plaintiffs argued that Glen Cove deliberately skewed the project’s environmental impact statement and made so many changes to its plans that another needed to be done. [Newsday]


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