Town Approves Rezoning for 12-Unit Condo Project at 494 Hempstead Avenue, Malverne, Long Island

494 and 1104 Hempstead AvenuePartially approved 494 and 1104 Hempstead Avenue. Rendering via LI Herald.

The Town of Hempstead, on Long Island, has approved a proposal to rezone the properties at 494 and 1104 Hempstead Avenue, in Malverne, from Residence A to Residence C-A, putting Franklin Square, N.Y.-based R&B Acquisition & Development one step closer to building a 12-unit condominium project, LI Herald reported. The developer initially proposed the project to the town in January. The project must now seek approval from the Nassau County Planning Commission, as the site is located on a county street. The project would rise three-and-a-half stories and is expected to include 35 off-street parking spaces, many of which will be located on the ground floors of each condo. The number of parking spaces is subject to change. The 1.2-acre assemblage is currently occupied by two single-family houses. The neighborhood’s Long Island Rail Road station is roughly half a mile away.

494 Hempstead Avenue

Pre-demolition 494 & 1104 Hempstead Avenue. Photo by Rossana Weitekamp for LI Herald.

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1 Comment on "Town Approves Rezoning for 12-Unit Condo Project at 494 Hempstead Avenue, Malverne, Long Island"

  1. Absolutely..the project to the town and the buildings to the living, plan of work for selling the properties.

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