There were more than $2.827 billion in construction starts in the New York area in Oct. 2020, 14 percent less than the $3.28 billion in construction starts recorded in Oct. 2019.
Design experts shed light on the trends being driven by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The $17 million project will be the first new building constructed on the Patchogue campus in 18 years.
Fresh signs emerged this week that the resurgent coronavirus outbreak is likely slowing the economy and forcing more companies to cut jobs.
October’s $470,000 median home sale price in Suffolk was 16 percent higher than the $405,000 median price of a year ago.
The free Zoom event at 10 a.m. on Nov. 18 will focus on Long Island’s challenged brick-and-mortar retail sector and whether it presents opportunities for redevelopment.
The 71,646-square-foot shopping plaza is on 7.42 acres in Silver Springs.
Outreach experts help pave the way for LI development projects.
There were 3,830 homes in Nassau and Suffolk counties contracted for sale last month, a 29 percent increase from the 2,967 homes contracted for sale in Oct. 2019.
Even with mortgage rates hovering near all-time lows, rising home prices are putting more pressure on buyers to come up with a bigger down payment.