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Huntington Station mixed-use project gets IDA assist

A $7.3 million project to develop a mixed-use building in Huntington Station has received preliminary approval for economic incentives from the Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency. 

Blue & Gold Holdings is planning to construct a 16-unit apartment building with 4,000-square-feet of retail space to a .53-acre parcel on the northeast corner of New York Avenue and May Street. 

Called the Landmark Building, the 21,525-square-foot complex will consist of 14 one-bedroom apartments and two, two-bedroom apartments. 

Blue & Gold has already worked on several projects in the area as part of the ongoing effort to revitalize downtown Huntington Station. The developer began in 2016 with the ground-up construction of a building on New York Avenue and Northridge Street that brought 16 apartments over 6,500 square feet of retail space, followed by the renovation of the Manor at Northridge, the renovation of 15 Northridge St., the…

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