The Beechwood Organization Launches Pre-Construction Sales for Country Pointe Huntington

The Beechwood Organization has launched pre-construction sales for Country Pointe Huntington, the newest development to go up in Huntington Station. Seventy-six single-level and two-story homes are being built along East Fifth Street. Buyers have four models to choose from, ranging from 1,500 to 2,300 square feet, with prices starting at $439,000. Floor plans feature a […]

Demand at Country Pointe Huntington Push Starting Prices Up

About 25 percent of the 65 market-rate residential units slated for Beechwood Organization’s Country Pointe Huntington development in Huntington Station have already been sold – less than two months after preconstruction sales began, according to Steven Dubb, the company’s vice president. “You’re never quite sure what the response is going to be, and we’re really, […]

Beechwood Buys Land in Huntington Station to Build Condos

A Jericho-based developer has purchased land in Huntington Station where it intends to build 76 condominiums. The Beechwood Organization closed last month on the purchase of 6 acres from Virginia-based AvalonBay Communities, said Chris Capece, a senior development director at AvalonBay. The land is at the southeast corner of AvalonBay’s newly built apartment complex, at […]

Beechwood Organization to Build 76 Condominiums in Huntington Station

Jericho-based Beechwood Organization will build 76 condominiums in Huntington Station after closing a deal for the project with AvalonBay Communities in December. Terms were not disclosed. The new housing, a mix of two-story townhouses and single-level homes, will be constructed on about six acres on the east side of AvalonBay’s 26-acre, 303-residence rental development on […]

AvalonBay Huntington Station Officials Host Grand Opening for 379-Unit Development

Officials from AvalonBay Huntington Station recently hosted a grand opening for the 379-unit development. Brandishing a Newsday front page with a headline that declared “Rejected” and dated Sept. 22, 2010 — the day after the Huntington Town Board voted down a proposed 490-unit development — senior vice president of development for AvalonBay Communities Matt Whelan […]