GC Hotel Wants to Convert Four Floors to Condominiums
Responding to present and future competition and reduced occupancy rates caused by such competition, owners of the Garden City Hotel hope to convert four floors of their establishment into residential condominiums. The conversion will enable them to reinvest from the net proceeds of the condo sales to upgrade all the remaining hotel rooms and expand and enhance the spa and exercise areas.
Legislature Sees Nassau HUB MIS Final Report
Unbeknownst to the Villages of Garden City and Mineola - two communities that would be vastly affected by Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi's proposed HUB project, the legislature held a special meeting March 1 of the Planning, Development and Environment Committee to be briefed - by the Planning Department - on the HUB Major Investment Study (MIS) final report.
Garden City Recreation Department News
Yoga is growing in popularity because it relieves stress, creates relaxation and promotes a healthy mind and body. Participants will learn breath work and yoga postures that benefit everyone.
St. Anne's Boys Basketball Team Playoff Bound
The eighth-grade St. Anne's boys' basketball team returns to the CYO playoffs and looking for revenge. Last year, as seventh graders, they were ousted in the first round after coming back from a six-point deficit with two minutes to go against St. Hedwig's, only to lose on a last second shot attempt. Since the one point loss they worked hard to get back to the glory road. Most of the team has been together for the last three seasons. The first season finished with a 6-6 record but hungry to learn. Last year 8-4 and their first trip to the playoffs. This year they had 10 wins and lost one game on a last second shot. The boys have improved tremendously in every aspect of the game. Their intensity was unmatched by every opponent they faced. They get great joy out of playing team defense. It has been a total team effort from the start. The coaches and parents are proud of their accomplishments.
From the Desk of Senator Kemp Hannon
From the Mayor's Office