This perspective shows the clubhouse on the right, with the residential units in the main structure. From the same view as the perspective, you can see the clubhouse with the roof on the right, while the first level of residential units is going up over what will be retail space on the left. From this angle you can see the main corridor and unit partitions. This view demonstrates the scope of this building within the neighborhood. On the far end of the building, they are just beginning to frame the second level of units.

Last week we received new aerial photos of the construction of our Greybarn Residential Development on Long Island. This new, mixed-use neighborhood in Amityville, New York, is located at the prominent intersection of Sunrise Highway and Route 110 and will contain 500-residential units and retail, spread over eight shingle-style buildings with gambrel roofs. We are currently in the first of five phases, and are well underway with construction of the first structure, a three-level building that will house retail on the ground floor, and one- and two-bedroom apartments on the second and third floors. This building also contains an attached clubhouse, which will be an amenity for all residential units.

These aerial photos provide us with a unique perspective, allowing us to look down on the construction site and see the same birds-eye-view we have on the plans that we created.  It is helpful to see the greater scope of the project and the impact that it will have on the established neighborhood from above. Check back soon to see what else is happening with Greybarn.

Topics: Construction, Mixed Use