Developer To Replace Blighted Lynbrook Motel with 80-unit Apartment Complex
Terwilliger & Bartone Properties took a bottom up approach to their development project in Lynbrook and the plan seemed to have worked. The developer is planning a 4-story luxury rental apartment complex for the Lynbrook Motor Inn site at 5 Freer Street in Lynbrook, also known as the Capri Motel.
Long Island developer recognized by Theodore Roosevelt Council
Anthony Bartone, managing partner of Terwilliger & Bartone Properties, was recognized for real estate and community leadership by the Theodore Roosevelt Council, one of America’s oldest chapters of the Boy Scouts of America, during the group’s 10th annual Design, Construction and Real Estate Dinner at The Carltun at Eisenhower Park.
Ralph Ekstrand bet his election campaign for mayor of Farmingdale partly on the idea that he could gain backing from a skeptical populace to build a pair of mixed-use buildings near the village train station.
Lynbrook mayor, developer honored for upcoming Cornerstone at Yorkshire project
Lynbrook Mayor Alan Beach, at lecturn, and developer Anthony Bartone were presented with Smart Growth Awards from Vision Long Island on Aug. 6 for the forthcoming Cornerstone at Yorkshire project. Beach spoke about the importance of the project.
Cornerstone complex to replace Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn after IDA approves PILOT
The Nassau County Industrial Development Agency approved a 20-year payment in lieu of taxes agreement, or PILOT, to build this $24 million, 80-unit Tudor-style apartment complex at the site of the Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn.
The Farmingdale Hotel and mixed-use development by Bartone Properties and BWC Realty Partners was awarded in the Revitalizing Communities category for the Bartone Plaza project during the recent Vision Long Island for the 11th Annual Smart Growth Awards...