The new $2 billion fund could finally help renters and landlords who have struggled to get assistance since the start of the pandemic.
The company will be relocating its Long Island headquarters from Jericho.
The hotel is one of the last developments at the 322-acre mixed-use community called The Boulevard.
Nonresidential construction starts fell, but residential starts increased in May from the previous month.
The $56 million project will allow 7,500 to 10,000 Long Island residents to subscribe to the project and gain access to cheaper and cleaner electricity in terms of a fixed 10-percent reduction in their current rates.
The 11,054-square-foot building is on .22 acres.
The company purchased a 13,000-square-foot building on .77 acres.
The median price of closed home sales in Suffolk County soared to $500,000 for the first time ever.
The 376,774-square-foot retail complex is on 35 acres at 1750 Veterans Memorial Highway.
The 6,425-square-foot office space at 1600 Stewart Ave. will be the fifth Long Island location for the eyecare practice and its seventh overall.