New Housing Opportunities

To assist young families and meet employers-need for a skilled and educated workforce, the Mangano administration partnered with the private sector.  More than 3,500 new apartments have opened or are under construction in the County, with more than 1,591 units being constructed through our initiative to convert vacant office space into apartments near transit centers.

While many talk about transit-oriented development, you can view our success in Hempstead, Great Neck Plaza, Farmingdale, Mineola, Roslyn and Westbury.

To continue this successful program, the administration earmarked Federal funds to study transit-oriented centers.  The Mangano administration also partnered with the Valley Stream Village Mayor to identify an area for nearly 300 new residential condos or rentals, thereby providing much-needed housing near businesses along Rockaway Avenue.  In Lynbrook, we worked with the Village Mayor to recommend a zoning overlay district to attract additional cultural and entertainment uses, including housing. 

Nassau County’s housing initiative not only assists young families, it revitalizes downtowns by eliminating community blight and increasing economic activity.

Neither Nassau County nor the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency own, operate or manage these housing developments. For more information about the housing development, or to inquire about leasing opportunities, please contact the developers directly.