These days, Long Island’s affluent North Shore — an area dominated by single-family homes — has at least six multi-family residential developments in progress. Of course, these structures — including buildings several stories high and compounds set behind private entrances — have dotted its landscape for decades, but properties currently under construction will flood the area with thousands more units in the coming years.
Their arrival to market marks a definitive shift in local demand; more than ever, residents value hassle-free, city-style living that puts the urban in suburban.
Suburban projects with urban amenities don’t have to be mega-developments. The 240-unit Ritz-Carlton Residences in North Hills, whose first phase opened in 2016, for example, has 10 homes on the market priced from $1.42 million. Within 20 miles from Manhattan — and within 5 miles of four LIRR stations — this development has a clubhouse with a gym, indoor pool, screening room and a bar, plus services including a 24-hour concierge and package delivery.
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