The Nassau Hub has been a persistent source of controversy and dysfunction that has denied the region the enormous economic opportunity that can accrue from its proper development, and Nassau County the badly needed new tax revenues its development would generate.
Now BSE Global, operators of the Coliseum, and RXR Realty are proposing an over $1 billion mixed-use development under BSE's lease rights that will finally deliver on the Hub's promise.
The project will create a modern innovation district to replace a sea of mostly vacant surface parking lots with a new low-density walkable downtown combining economic development with apartment housing over stores and restaurants; public space; expanded entertainment options to complement the recently rebuilt Coliseum; a hotel; and improved mobility and public transportation.
This project is exactly what's needed to attract young people and the kinds of good paying jobs we need for Long Island to remain competitive in the 21st century.
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