410 New York Avenue

Designed by local architect August H. Galow in the Colonial Revival style between 1928 and 1929, the Hotel Huntington in Huntington, Long Island was built as a catalyst for the expansion of the town's commercial district during the early twentieth century. However, by 1950 the hotel had closed and was unsympathetically renovated to house a variety of commercial ventures in the ensuing years. Although the property occupies a strategic location at the entrance to the town, the building itself was not viable for TD Bank, which had designs on a new bank branch customized to meet its needs. GDPC assisted TD Bank in conducting a feasibility study, submitting written and oral testimony to the Town Board and Zoning Board of Appeals, and providing ongoing consulting services to the client, which ultimately resulted in the bank securing approvals for the redevelopment.

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