New Lynbrook apartment building rises across from train station – Newsday

The Langdon, a project developed by Garden City-based Breslin Realty Development Corp. and Hoboken, N.J.-based Fields Grade Development, expects to open for tenants in late spring, early summer 2025, said David Orwasher, Breslin Realty’s chief development officer.

Redeveloping vacant industrial sites can help Long Island communities overcome a shortage of available land to create housing, said Mike Florio, CEO of the Long Island Builders Institute, an Islandia-based trade group.

“We have to look at existing properties that are no longer serving their purpose or function and repurpose them for the future. This is a perfect example of that,” Florio said. “When you look at our train stations here, it’s usually big swaths of parking lots or other properties that are not necessarily the best use for that.”

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