RXR’s $1B Glen Cove development overcomes key legal challenge

New York /
Feb.February 11, 2019 01:09 PM

The Village of Sea Cliff and more than 100 residents lost their appeal to halt a $1 billion development on Garvies Point in Glen Cove, Newsday reported. The project’s opponents had appealed a 2016 decision by the New York State Supreme Court that dismissed lawsuits against Glen Cove and developer RXR Glen Isle Partners. Plaintiffs sought to reverse Glen Cove’s approval of the project. When complete, the development is slated to have 1,110 condominiums and apartments along with other amenities. RXR plans to finish about half of the Garvies Point project later this year. Sea Cliff’s board of trustees will discuss next steps at a meeting on Feb. 12. [Newsday]


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