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After pact with community, LI project gets planning ok.

Following the endorsement by two Melville civic associations of an office development proposed by Tilles Investment Company, the Town of Huntington Planning Board adopted a resolution recommending to the Huntington Town Board that it hold a hearing to change the zone of the Tilles Property for office development.

As a result of a compromise worked out with the Northgate and Villas Civic Associations, Tilles is proposing to build two office buildings along the South Service Road of the Long Island Expressway just west of Walt Whitman Road, that will not exceed 480,000 square feet.

The discussions with the two civic associations have taken place over the last several months involving Tilles, his counsel Morton Weber, and counsel to the civic associations, Douglas K. McNally.

In addition to agreeing to a cap on square footage, Tilles has recommended that his firm offer specific services that include topcoat sealing of nearby residential streets, prior approval of landscape design, consultation on exterior architecture, a comprehensive program designed to reduce construction traffic and the mitigation of flooding on local town streets.
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Title Annotation:Tilles Investment Co. receives approval for development of two office buildings in Long Island, New York from Town of Huntington Planning Board
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jun 9, 1993
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