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New restaurant, apartments coming to former Hy Ting building

The building was sold to investors who are renovating it for a new restaurant and two second-floor apartments.

Retail center and fast-food restaurant proposed for Route 58 and Mill Road

Plans have been filed for a 45,587-square-foot retail center with a 152-seat fast-food restaurant on the vacant corner at Route 58 and Mill Road.
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Slumping real estate sales mean 31% drop in transfer-tax revenue for Riverhead

Riverhead's Community Preservation Fund revenues are more than 31% so far compared to 2018, thanks to a regional slow-down in the real estate market.

Developer presents plan for four-story apartment building on East Main Street

Huntington developer G2D Group is proposing 36 one- and two-bedroom, market-rate rental apartments and 37 parking spaces.

EPCAL contract of sale finalized

Calverton Aviation and Technology has given Riverhead Town notice of its intention to proceed to closing.

New solar facility proposed for 198 acres in Calverton

The new solar farm would be the fifth commercial solar generating facility in the hamlet of Calverton.

Planet Fitness coming to Sports Authority location, according to plans filed with town

Planet Fitness is slated for the largest of three storefronts to be created in the 45,085-square-foot former Sports Authority store on Route 58.

Developer seeks to build 34 workforce housing condo units on Middle Road

A developer in contract to buy 26 acres of vacant land off Middle Road is interested in developing the site with 34 workforce housing condominium units.

Riverhead welcomes Peconic Crossing: ‘everything we want our town to be’

Rochester-based developer Conifer Realty, which partnered with Community Development Corporation of Long Island, today celebrated the completion of Peconic Crossing, with ribbon-cutting ceremonies and the grand opening of a first-floor art gallery being managed by East End Arts.

Riverhead begins systematic crackdown on ‘zombie’ and blighted properties

Two measures to combat “zombie” and blighted properties in Riverhead were passed by the Riverhead Town Board Wednesday. One sets up a point system for determining "blight" and adds high fees to the tax bills of all properties determined to be blighted. The other establishes a "mortgage-in-default" registry and makes banks responsible for the defaulted property's condition.
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