$20.5M car dealership to replace shuttered Smithtown concrete plant

TRD NEW YORK /
Nov.November 12, 2018 12:03 PM

The Smithtown Town Council approved the demolition of the shuttered Smithtown Concrete Products plant in order to build a $20.5 million CarMax dealership, Newsday reported. The used car chain started its application two years ago, but the proposal needed an extensive review due to required zoning variances and environmental issues. Decades ago, the site was used as a municipal landfill. The CarMax dealership, which is slated to be 45,000 square feet, could open as soon as spring 2019. It will include a showroom, service area, car wash and 476 parking spaces. [Newsday]


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