A Jericho-based development company wants to build 86 upscale town houses in Commack for renters age 55 and older, officials said.
B2K Development, which was formed last year by several principals of the Engel Burman Group, plans to spend $58 million on the project, according to an application for tax breaks from the Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency. The development would be located on 7.6 acres of vacant land on Hauppauge Road near the Gurwin Jewish Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and across from the Hamlet Golf & Country Club.
The project, to be called Sutton Landing at Commack, would consist of two-bedroom units with an attached garage spread over 133,736 square feet in eight buildings. Monthly rents for 74 of the units would range from $4,150 to $4,350. An additional six “affordable” units and six “workforce housing” units would rent for $2,600 and $3,950, respectively, according to an independent cost-benefit analysis paid for by the IDA.