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A mixed-use complex nearing completion is among ongoing plan to revitalize Upper Port area

A mixed-use complex nearing completion is among ongoing plan to revitalize Upper Port area
A yearslong effort to transform a rundown section of Port Jefferson is starting to reshape the skyline around the village's train station. An apartment-retail complex two blocks away from the Long Is

i pShare Tweet Email A yearslong effort to transform a rundown section of Port Jefferson is starting to reshape the skyline around the village's train station.Those projects, and others either completed or on the drawing board, are part of a plan finalized in 2015 to revitalize the Upper Port neighborhood, which had decayed in recent decades even as Port Jefferson's downtown waterfront thrived with chic shops and restaurants." Rochester-based Conifer Realty later this year plans to open Port Jefferson Crossing, a three-story complex near the train station that would include first-floor shops and about 40 upper-floor apartments, Garant said.She added that One North's flat roof and glass-heavy design don't fit with Port Jefferson's traditional seaport architectural character.

How many Long Islanders and residents of that area are taking the train from Port Jefferson west?" Garant and Gitto Group vice president Robert Gitto said they expect future Upper Port residents will include employees of Port Jefferson's two hospitals and other major employers nearby, such as Stony Brook University and Brookhaven National Laboratory.

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