Renderings Revealed for Mixed-Use One Third Avenue in Mineola, Long Island

One Third Ave by Sabre, image by Base3D

Going east into the Long Island town of Mineola, a large 312-unit residential and mixed-use project developed by Sabre Real Estate has its first renderings. The building is called One Third Ave, and has 1,600 square feet of available retail space left at the southwest intersection of 3rd Avenue and 3rd Street. The property sits one block away from the Mineola Train Station, making it less than forty minutes away from Midtown. Steven B. Jacobs is the designer of the building, with units coming in one- to three-bedroom spreads with private terraces for penthouses.

Spanning nearly 500,000 square feet, residents will enter through the double-height lobby. Units will include high ceilings and over-sized window. The second floor, third floor and rooftop are part of the amenity space, which include a fitness center, an indoor pool with a sauna, and a rooftop that has views of New York City to the west. There is also on-site parking at ground level and two basement floors below.

The retail space comes with heavy foot traffic as people who drive and walk to and from the train and bus station regularly pass by the complex and the intersection to commute to New York City or other local communities by public transit.

Other local buildings within walking include Winthrop Hospital, the Nassau County Court Houses, and a multi-story parking garage across the street to the north. Full completion is expected this year.

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4 Comments on "Renderings Revealed for Mixed-Use One Third Avenue in Mineola, Long Island"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: A tall thick piece. (Hello YIMBY)

  2. It’s attractive with architectural cues from old Manhattan. There’s a building across the street that looks similar. That land has been underused for decades. I wonder if it was just zoned improperly or no one saw the value until now.

  3. hi! that rendering is of an existing building across the street from where the new one will be built.

  4. Looks O.K.

    Just about any replacement of surface parking near a transit hub is an improvement.

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