Island Properties Offering 37 Sites
Island Properties is in a new development phase. Finished with buying properties, then restoring them and now building new properties, they have decided it is time to get rid of those sites that do not fit their current plan. They are staying closer to the downtown area with their holdings located from Mariner's Walk in the south to those on Audrey Avenue and along South Street.
Historic OB an Antique Destination
Bradley Morrison of Morrison's Antiques and Collectibles sees the hamlet of Oyster Bay as being on the upturn. It is becoming a destination place because of its thriving antiques and collectibles stores. He said of his antique store at 128 South Street, "This is a new venture for me but my family has been involved in it for years. I'm learning new things every day and I've had a good response from the residents. I think Oyster Bay will become a destination area with all the antique and consignment businesses here - just by having all these different shops in the area."
Nestled on the southern edge of Oyster Bay Harbor, just a breeze east of Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park, sits the Sagamore Yacht Club. Sagamore is hosting an open house on Sunday, March 19 from 2 to 5 p.m. to share its clubhouse for the day to anyone interested in joining or curious about a yacht club experience.
Marcum & Kliegman LI Workplace Challenge
Marcum & Kliegman LLP, Long Island's largest accounting and consulting firm, has assumed the title sponsorship of the 2006 "Marcum & Kliegman Long Island Workplace Challenge." This event will be taking the place of a similar event entitled the JP Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge, which had been Long Island's largest participatory sports event for the past two decades. The event is a 3.5-mile road run/fun walk, in which employers from across the Island enter and compete with teams of their employees.
Congratulations to the Community