The 13,600-square-foot industrial building is on .78 acres.
The 108,000-square-foot building is on 8.4 acres.
The project will bring a 19,000-seat arena, hotel and 350,000-square-foot retail center to about 43 acres of the state-owned racetrack property.
The hybrid lawsuit challenges the project’s environmental review process as well as its origin under urban renewal statutes.
The rental complex, built in 1979, consists of 18 three-story buildings on 7.8 acres.
The real estate firm will host adoption days at five of its offices during the weekend of Sept. 28-29.
The project would cross the villages of Garden City, Malverne and Lynbrook.
The project will bring a mix of one- and two-bedroom age-restricted rental units to a 24-acre site.
Alibaba co-founder Joe Tsai completed his purchase of the team and Barclays Center on Wednesday.
The new homes are being built in Kensington Estates, a gated community on Jericho Turnpike for those aged 55 and over.