The developer for a proposed condominium development at the Seaford Avenue School property has released an artists rendering and floor plan of what the project will entail if approved by voters.
The artists rendering and floor plans for the project called "Seasons at Seaford" can be viewed in the gallery above.
The developer, BK at Seaford, LLC, is in contract to purchase the former elementary school property for approximately $5 million if referendum approval is received by voters on Oct. 16. BK at Seaford, a subsidiary of The Engel Burman Group, is planning to build between 100 and 113 condominium units that will be designated as housing for residents 55 years of age or older. The units, which will first be offered to Seaford residents and their parents, will have two bedrooms and two full bathrooms and the facility will offer a central clubhouse with a fitness center and outdoor pool. The selling prices of the units will be in the $350,000-$400,000 range.
The late 1930s-built Seaford Avenue School closed in 1981 and was leased to Five Towns College from 1982-1992 and Nassau BOCES from 1992-2010. District officials said the sale of the property to BK at Seaford is approved, an estimated $100,000 in annual maintenance costs would be saved.
Voting on the condominium proposal for the former Seaford Avenue School property is scheduled for Oct. 16 with an informational meeting taking place on Oct. 4 in the Seaford High School Auditorium starting at 7 p.m.
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