Many North Shore residents do not yet realize the size and scale of this proposed development of Garvies Point. Make no mistake — the proposed Garvies Point mega-development is unprecedented in size and scope.
Whether you’re concerned about:
- Traffic, population density and the quality of life on the North Shore
- Pollution and toxins in our water, Hempstead Harbor beaches and our local environment
- Commerce, and the ease of doing business in and around Glen Cove
- The economic future, debt and fiscal solvency of the City of Glen Cove
- Property Values in and around Glen Cove
- Views and aesthetics of our unspoiled North Shore waterfront and beaches
There is something in this plan for anyone to question and not to like.
We encourage you to get involved and spread the word about Garvies Point.
Tell your local, county and even federal officials: you oppose enormous towers on the North Shore and will be voting accordingly.
Other Developments in Glen Cove
When you think about traffic increases and other negative ramifications of this project (such as the 26 second per-car wait increase at at Glen Cove Rd and Northern Blvd!), remember, the impact statements only address Garvies Point. These other developments the sheep of the Glen Cove Planning Board mindlessly rubber-stamped will also work to destroy our quality of life:
- Garvies Point (1,140 units – tied up in a lawsuit)
- Avalon 1 + 2 (256 + 111 units)
- Carney Street Apartments (52 units)
- Landing Cove (73 units)
- North Manor Estates (46 homes)
- The Piazza (110 units)
- The Villas on Glen Cove Avenue (177 units – tied up in a lawsuit) Jan 2017 Update: our illustrious Mayor just handed this development over to… surprise: RXR Realty! A cynic would think there is some sort of quid pro quo going on here…
Residents across Long Island must stand together against this over-development!