Bioelectronic Research Facility Proposed On Portion Of Nassau Coliseum Site, Uniondale

Coliseum RedevelopmentColiseum Redevelopment, image via LI Herald

Back in April, Forest City Ranter proposed their Nassau Coliseum redevelopment plans to the Town of Hempstead, and a month later, their submission was approved, with the first phase expected to include stadium renovations and adjacent new retail space. Now, a team of business and government officials are proposing a 250,000 square-foot bioelectronic research facility on a portion of the 91-acre Uniondale site, according to Innovate Long Island. The $300 million complex would host 50 laboratories and engineering shops, and would be built atop an underground parking garage.

Earlier this year, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center announced plans to build a cancer treatment and research facility on five acres of the Coliseum site on Hempstead Turnpike.

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2 Comments on "Bioelectronic Research Facility Proposed On Portion Of Nassau Coliseum Site, Uniondale"

  1. Good use of the land…

  2. Any way to get a train to stop there?

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