Nearly 30 small industrial and service companies would have room to grow in a $8.4 million project being proposed for Nesconset — but only if Suffolk County provides tax breaks, the developer said.

O’Shea Properties wants to construct three one-story buildings on a wooded lot at 104 Lake Avenue South. Each building would have space for about nine small businesses.

Source: Newsday
By: James T. Madore

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