East Hampton Housing Top Stories

East Hampton Rolls Out Two New Housing Programs

Pictured Above: The nearly completed Three Mile Harbor Apartments is an example of a type of housing that could be constructed using General Projects funding. |. East Hampton Housing Authority Facebook photo East Hampton Town opened up the application period June 3 for two initiatives aimed at addressing the community's housing needs: the 2024 Request for Applications for projects seeking Community Housing Fund and the 2024 Pilot Program for First-Time
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Editorial: Housing Partners Make a Difference

East Hampton Town is on a roll with its plans for affordable housing, taking a mult-pronged approach to enable the people who make a community function to continue to live here. The feather in their cap this month is the opening of application submissions for “The Green at Gardiner’s Point,” a 50-unit rental complex with most units priced to be affordable for people making about 60 percent of the area
East Hampton Housing Top Stories

Applications are Being Accepted for Three Mile Harbor Apartments

The East Hampton Housing Authority is now accepting applications for rental apartments in “The Green at Gardiner’s Point,” a new, 50-unit housing complex at 290 Three Mile Harbor Road. The $32 million project includes five two-story energy efficient buildings on 14 acres, most of which will be available to people earning 60 percent of the area median income (AMI). It includes 10 one-bedroom apartments, 30 two-bedroom apartments and 10 three-bedroom
Construction began Aug. 17, 2022 on the Three Mile Harbor housing complex, a $33 million development by Georgica Green Ventures and the East Hampton Housing Authority that is designed to bring 50 new energy-efficient rental apartments to East Hampton.
East Hampton Housing Top Stories

East Hampton Shares Plans for Housing Fund Money

Pictured Above: At the 2022 groundbreaking on the Three Mile Harbor housing complex, a $33 million development by Georgica Green Ventures and the East Hampton Housing Authority that is designed to bring 50 new energy-efficient rental apartments to East Hampton. The Town's Community Housing Fund could be used to help pay for similar projects. East Hampton Town now has $4.2 million in its Community Housing Fund, and over the next
David Gallo and Rona Smith at the Feb. 25 forum on affordable housing in Peconic.
Housing News Southold

Housing Proposal in Flux

Pictured Above: David Gallo and Rona Smith at the Feb. 25 forum on affordable housing in Peconic. A public forum that had been slated to discuss a proposed new affordable housing complex in Peconic Feb. 25 underscored the difficulties Southold Town is facing as it attempts to address the ongoing crisis in housing affordability here. In December of 2023, Southold Town agreed to sell five acres of land on Carroll
The Sag Harbor Village Board at the Jan. 27 community forum.
Housing Sag Harbor

Sag Harbor Community Hashes Out Housing Options

Pictured Above: The Sag Harbor Village Board at the Jan. 27 community forum. When our children can no longer afford to stay on the East End, are we still a community? Of all the existential questions facing this region, this one cuts most close to home for everyone who has experienced the recent mass exodus of longtime friends and neighbors, and their own children. The Village of Sag Harbor, which
Ms. Streeter's portrait of Sarah Jackson Adams, a Greenport community leader and suffragist who conceived and funded the Greenport Auditorium
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Port & Harbor: Keeping Historic Seaside Villages Alive & Vibrant

Pictured Above: Ms. Streeter's portrait of Sarah Jackson Adams, a Greenport community leader and suffragist who conceived and funded the Greenport Auditorium, built in 1894. How can we preserve historic buildings and also ensure a vibrant working community can still remain in the seaside villages of the East End? These are questions being asked by Sag Harbor-based artist Sabina Streeter in an exhibition, “Port & Harbor,” on view in Greenport’s
Housing Southold

Southold Accepts Ownership-Based Carroll Avenue Housing Proposal

Pictured Above: The Peconic property where Southold Town has accepted a proposal to build affordable housing. The Southold Town Board has accepted a proposal from Georgica Green Ventures and Housing Initiatives LLC to build 32 units of ownership-based housing at a five-acre site currently owned by the town on Carroll Avenue in Peconic. The board voted 4-2 at its Dec. 19 meeting to approve two resolutions — to accept the proposal
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Editorial: Let’s Do Housing Right

Pictured Above: The Cottages in Mattituck, a 22-unit community of affordably owned homes often held up as a model of a successful North Fork housing development. We started 2023 filled with optimism about the East End’s ability to make progress on finding attainable housing for people who have long been vital members of our community. Each of the East End towns that had put up a referendum creating a Community
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Greenport Pledges to be a “Pro-Housing Community”

After Governor Kathy Hochul’s “New York Housing Compact” earlier this year to mandate housing construction near railroad lines downstate fell flat in the New York State Legislature, she decided instead this summer through an executive order to launch a program known as Pro-Housing Community Certification, giving communities access to $650 million in discretionary state grant funding if they pledge to provide housing. While the initial proposal was broadly seen as
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Southold Adopts Housing Plan

The Southold Town Board voted unanimously Oct. 10 to adopt its Community Housing Plan, the first step toward providing financial help toward residents looking to stay on the North Fork in the midst of a dire affordable housing crisis. The board also voted 4 to 2 to ask Town Supervisor Scott Russell to send a duty statement for a Community Housing administrator to the New York State Civil Service Commission