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Booming real estate market continues to drive surge in preservation tax revenue

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A booming real estate market continues to push preservation fund tax revenues upward. The tax revenues, drawn from a 2% transfer tax on real estate sales, can be used to purchase farmland and open space and fund water quality improvement projects.

Latest real estate transfers

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Transfers in the Town of Riverhead recorded in the Suffolk County Clerk’s Office April 16- 30, 2022, as reported by Suffolk Research Service.

Latest real estate transfers

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Transfers in the Town of Riverhead recorded in the Suffolk County Clerk’s Office April 1- 15, 2022, as reported by Suffolk Research Service.

Latest real estate transfers

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Transfers in the Town of Riverhead recorded in the Suffolk County Clerk's Office March 16- 31, 2022 as reported by Suffolk Research Service.

Latest real estate transfers

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Transfers in the Town of Riverhead reported by Suffolk Research Service for the period March 1-15, 2022.

Latest real estate transfers

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Transfers in the Town of Riverhead reported by Suffolk Research Service for the period Feb 16- Feb. 28, 2022.

Latest real estate transfers

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Transfers in the Town of Riverhead reported by Suffolk Research Service for the period Feb 1- Feb. 15, 2022

‘Victorville by the Sea’ vacation rental operator agrees to cease rentals without permits

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The operator of an Overlook Drive, Aquebogue vacation rental has signed a stipulation agreeing to cease booking rentals at the home, according to court documents.

Developer of proposed ‘logistics center’ on Middle Road invites neighbors to meeting

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A national real estate developer has purchased a 37-acre site on Middle Road in Calverton with plans to develop it with a logistics center. The site is being advertised by a regional real estate agency as a 640,000-square-foot industrial warehouse space.

Riverhead approves master developer for Railroad Avenue area redevelopment

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The town board on Tuesday voted unanimously to accept the recommendation of a committee it appointed last year to name RXR/Georgica Green Ventures as master developer for the transit-oriented redevelopment, which includes a town-owned, two-acre municipal parking lot located between the State Supreme Court building on Court Street and the railroad station.
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