Construction starts on New Luxury Apartments in Garden City, New York

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Southern Land Company, a real estate developer has begun construction on New Luxury Apartments in Garden City, New York. The complex, located at the long-abandoned lot at 555 Stewart Avenue, a plot they purchased for US$22.5 million, is going to be a 150-unit complex, which it said will create more than 400 jobs in the area. The complex will consist of one-, two- and three-bedroom units and will contain 17 affordable housing units in the four-story complex. The New Luxury Apartments in Garden City complex located on 4.5 acres will also feature an outdoor heated saltwater pool with cabanas, a wine room, a fenced-in dog run and pet spa, a fitness center, a yoga room, a clubroom with a kitchen, an outdoor fireplace, barbecue, and a business center.

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“Long Island is unmistakably home to some incredible close-knit towns and villages, and we recognized a need for additional housing options that would complement these unique communities, both by architectural design and the lifestyles cultivated by our projects,” said Dustin Downey, the vice president of Southern Land Company. “Every detail of our project in the Village of Garden City has been thoughtfully considered and intentionally designed so that its future residents will feel well cared for and so we can be good neighbors in the community.

“The Village of Garden City is and has long been a high-barrier-to-entry market, and we are grateful and excited to be the team to bring a new, much-needed housing solution to this community. We approach our projects with long-term investment and commitment to the community, which means we uphold high standards of quality, from design and construction to operations and management of the property. We look forward to creating a luxury apartment home community of which the Village of Garden City can be proud.”

Family-owned and operated Southern Land, which has satellite offices in Manhattan, Dallas, and Denver, is responsible for more than US$3 billion a year in ground-up multifamily development nationally.