The Hauppauge-based developer is planning to build a 180-unit apartment community on the vacant property.
The motion to dismiss argues that Suffolk OTB has contrived “false claims” and dressed up “routine business disputes into something that they are not,” according to a company statement.
Judge Roy Mahon made the ruling Thursday turning down the request from the Village of Floral Park as part of its lawsuit against the $1.3 billion redevelopment.
Airbnb says it will spend the next year verifying all 7 million of its listings as it works to improve user trust.
Plaintiffs in the lawsuit have asked Justice Roy Mahon to issue a temporary restraining order to halt all construction of the project at the Belmont Park site.
U.S. construction spending rose 0.5% in September, boosted by government and private residential projects.
Changes may be needed to accommodate new mixed-use development projects containing retail and multifamily housing.
Nassau and Suffolk counties gained about 7,500 construction jobs, which was a 9 percent rise year over year.
The 5,000-square-foot retail building is on .54 acres.
The project included new pavement, enhanced pitching, new energy-efficient LED lighting and the replacing of all 139 in-pavement runway centerline lights and related wiring.