Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano joined with the North Hempstead Housing Authority, Town of North Hempstead and the Manhasset School District to cut the ribbon on a newly renovated and rehabilitated 52-unit, affordable housing development in Manhasset – as part of the Mangano team’s efforts to increase the stock of residential opportunities in Nassau County.
In addition to this Pond View Homes development, County Executive Mangano’s economic development team has provided incentives to create 1,350+ new housing units, and more than 3,500 new residential opportunities have opened or are under construction since he took office in 2010.
“The Pond View Homes development brings updated housing options to the heart of Manhasset,” County Executive Mangano said. “Additional housing options generate new tax revenues for local governments and millions in economic benefits for downtown shops and restaurants. Another 1,000 units are being constructed through County incentives to convert vacant office space into apartments near transit centers – including ones in Hempstead; Great Neck; Farmingdale; Mineola; New Cassel; Roslyn, and Westbury.
First developed in 1962, Pond View Homes has a total of 52 low-income units, including 5 studio apartments and units with up to 5 bedrooms.