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BRP has broken ground on The Arboretum at Farmingville apartment development in Farmingville, NY

BRP Breaks Ground on Farmingville Garden-Style Apartments

BRP Companies in partnership with Basis Investment Group has begun construction at The Arboretum at Farmingville, a 494,000-square-foot, 292-unit, garden-style, residential community at 510 Horseblock Rd. in Farmingville, NY within the Town of Brookhaven on Long Island. Construction is slated for completion in Spring of 2025. 

Situated on a 62-acre former farm site, The Arboretum at Farmingville will feature residences ranging from apartments to lofts, townhouses, and single-family homes. A total of 30 units will be reserved for workforce housing. In addition to the residential component, a total of 7,500 square feet of amenity spaces will be delivered as well as a seven-acre park open to use by the public. 

“We’re thrilled to be celebrating this groundbreaking milestone as we move one step closer to delivering a much-needed residential offering as well as a park amenity to the Town of Brookhaven,” said Meredith Marshall, BRP co-founder and managing partner


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