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Heatherwood grows again | Long Island Business News

For a developer with such a long history on Long Island, it’s not surprising that the name of the family-owned builder’s newest community is a nod to the area’s past.

Commack-based Heatherwood Luxury Rentals recently opened Heritage Spy Ring Golf Club in South Setauket, a 200-unit luxury apartment complex and nine-hole golf course named for the Culper Spy Ring, which operated in the Setauket area, providing intel for General George Washington on enemy troop movements during the British occupation of New York City in 1778.

And while its name may harken back to the Revolutionary War some 244 years ago, Heatherwood’s latest development is anything but an antique, offering a comfortable contemporary lifestyle to renters aged 55 and over.

DOUGLAS PARTRICK and CHRISTOPHER CAPECE: Heatherwood’s brain trust is building new communities and re-imagining its legacy properties. Photo by Judy Walker

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