State approves Huntington Station land transfer, making way for redevelopment

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In one of its last acts of the most recent session, state legislators approved the transfer of 4.16 acres of land in Huntington Station to Huntington Town, thereby paving the way for a redevelopment project there. The land will be appraised, sold to the town and then sold to the hamlet’s master developer Plainview-based Renaissance Downtowns. The town and developer hope to start building a hotel on the site once the sale is complete, Newsday reported. [Newsday]