The redevelopment to Staten Island’s very own abandoned Farm Colony could be opening it’s doors as early as next year with redevelopment opportunities. The City Council approved the plan of turning the 45-acre plot that sits across from the former Seaview Hospital, which is now a long-term care facility that goes by the same name, into 344 condos that will be marketed towards seniors, as well as having a publicly accessible open space.
The plan was approved by both the City Council and the Landmarks Preservation Commision, allowing the New York Economic Development Corporation to sell the land to a Staten Island-based developer, Raymond Masucci, for only $1. That is right! Only one dollar!
Masucci will spend about $91 million to redevelop the…
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