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Old 12-07-2011, 11:09 AM
 
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The same builder who was trying to build that development I posted above in Terryville, Jefferson Meadows is the one who's planning this project.
http://www.portjeff.com/wp-content/u...-MinutesDH.pdf
Market-rate apartments might work in this area. The landlord chooses rent price based on what people are paying in the area.
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Old 12-07-2011, 11:24 AM
 
Location: Inis Fada
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The same builder who was trying to build that development I posted above in Terryville, Jefferson Meadows is the one who's planning this project.
http://www.portjeff.com/wp-content/u...-MinutesDH.pdf
Market-rate apartments might work in this area. The landlord chooses rent price based on what people are paying in the area.

Northwinds Group, which is the same one that built Setauket Meadows.

Jim Tsunis of Northwinds is a cousin of John Tsunis, Esq., who is chairman of Gold Coast Bank. I wonder how much wheeling dealing is going on?

Why would they want to go from expensive, 55+ properties to 'affordable housing?'
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Old 12-07-2011, 09:50 PM
 
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Northwinds Group, which is the same one that built Setauket Meadows.

Jim Tsunis of Northwinds is a cousin of John Tsunis, Esq., who is chairman of Gold Coast Bank. I wonder how much wheeling dealing is going on?

Why would they want to go from expensive, 55+ properties to 'affordable housing?'
They still have to provide housing for people in the area such as the poor and mostly low-income Spanish population in Upper Port. They can't change the fact that the neighborhoods not going to change it's demographics any time soon. Nobody's going to move in to the high priced ones, just look at the area. And I realize that the Highlands are kind of expensive but many are moving out of those too.
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Old 10-25-2017, 11:27 AM
 
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West bay shore and especially brightwaters and south bay shore are very nice. Thay have built up main street and the restaurants are booming there as well as down by the water. Baywood is bordered by deer park west islip and north and west bay shore and is fine. It is brentwood schools and that's sketchy lately, but if you have no kids save your tax money!
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Old 10-25-2017, 12:46 PM
 
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West bay shore and especially brightwaters and south bay shore are very nice. Thay have built up main street and the restaurants are booming there as well as down by the water. Baywood is bordered by deer park west islip and north and west bay shore and is fine. It is brentwood schools and that's sketchy lately, but if you have no kids save your tax money!
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Old 10-25-2017, 02:49 PM
 
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West bay shore and especially brightwaters and south bay shore are very nice. Thay have built up main street and the restaurants are booming there as well as down by the water.
This pretty much sums it up.The nice parts of Bay Shore are:

- Southern Bay Shore (On or South of Main Street)
- Brightwaters
- West Bay Shore (South of Union Blvd)
- Oconee Lake area

The rest of it mostly ranges from straight-up crappy to just okay.

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Old 10-26-2017, 08:29 AM
 
Location: Baywood NY
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This pretty much sums it up.The nice parts of Bay Shore are:

- Southern Bay Shore (On or South of Main Street)
- Brightwaters
- West Bay Shore (South of Union Blvd)
- Oconee Lake area

The rest of it mostly ranges from straight-up crappy to just okay.
I'll add to this since I live in Baywood and grew up in Bay Shore area.

I'll add few nice areas is Brightwaters Farms south of the Southern State Parkway , North of Sunrise Highway. West Bay Shore near Gardner Manor Shopping Center near Target and Loews.
Baywood is mostly nice to okay with some pockets of run down areas.
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