Four would-to-be tenants for the ground floor space of Riverview Lofts presented their businesses to the Riverhead Industrial Development Agency, including a “selfie studio," a Mexican restaurant, a new ice cream shop with a Mexican flair and a fitness studio.
Two recent development projects in Riverhead Town, along with the Riverhead Industrial Development Agency were honored last week by the Long Island Business News at the media company's Real Estate, Architecture and Engineering Awards.
How will a five-story building with 170 rental apartments on the former Sears site on East Main Street impact downtown Riverhead? Members of Riverhead's United Methodist Church worry that pile-driving for the new development will impact the historic church, which they say was damaged by construction of the apartment building going up next to the one that's now being proposed.
‘We’re going to have a disaster’: Historic downtown church members ask town to halt apartment building construction
Members of the Riverhead United Methodist Church on East Main Street say the driving of steel pilings for the Riverview Lofts apartment building is creating vibrations that are damaging the Civil War-era building. Town officials say any damage is not structural and the developer says the vibrations are not strong enough to cause damage. Photos and video.
Demolition begins to make way for Riverview Lofts workforce housing development in downtown Riverhead
Demolition crews began tearing down the buildings on two properties along McDermott Avenue and Main Street where a five-story mixed-use building will be constructed.
Riverhead IDA approves 30-year tax abatement agreement with downtown developer of affordable rental apartments
The total value of the abatement over 30 years will be $2,352,750, according to IDA counsel Richard Ehlers.
A pair of hearings on water and sewer district improvements yesterday afternoon turned into a lengthy debate on the Riverview Lofts proposal by Georgica Green Ventures, which gained final site plan approval by the Riverhead Town Board yesterday in a split vote.
‘Riverview Lofts’ get the go-ahead: Developer plans to begin construction on 116-unit apartment building by year’s end
The apartments will rent for $976 to $1,955 per month, depending on size and household income. Household income limits range from a low of $46,560 for a studio to a high of $129,740 for a two-bedroom apartment.