Great Neck revitalization plan includes sale of medical building

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Feb.February 11, 2019 01:11 PM

A 52,517-square-foot medical building up for sale at 310 East Shore Road in Great Neck could help revitalize the village, according to a plan put forth by the consulting company VHB. The Island News reported that town officials seeking to bring more housing options to Great Neck hope to do so by identifying opportunities in the area, as well as suggesting zoning changes and incentivizing developers. VHB spent more than a year studying East Shore and Middle Neck roads, according to Newsday. Kelly Koukou of Lee & Associates NYC, the exclusive sales agent for the property on East Shore Road, is already marketing the medical facility as “an outstanding opportunity for investors.” The building has a new roof, updated corridors and restrooms, a renovated 200-space parking lot, new HVAC units and frontage along the Manhasset Bay, according to Real Estate Weekly. VHB’s revitalization plan met mixed reviews at a public meeting on Feb. 5. Village trustees will vote on the plan at another meeting scheduled for Feb. 19. [Island Now]


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