Beechwood brings to life its commitment to thoughtful land planning and design, repurposing underutilized land, building in harmony with nature and creating a benefit for local communities across the New York metro area and with these project highlights.
Meadowbrook Pointe, a 720-unit active adult community replete with 25,000 square foot clubhouse is built on the former site of the Roosevelt Raceway in Westbury; and Meadowbrook Pointe Links & Spa, an adult community of 280-semi-attached homes has been built with golf views and resort amenities in Medford.
The master planned community, Arverne by the Sea, in the Rockaways, Queens, developed as part of a joint venture, was acknowledged by the Urban Land Institute for its high standard in being built for “Sandy” storm resiliency. When complete, this mixed-use community will have 2296 homes and be the largest oceanfront, residential revitalization project in the Northeast.
Also on the south shore, in neighboring Nassau County, at Marina Pointe East Rockaway, a “Sandy” ravaged waterfront property will be regenerated with 84 luxury condominiums. The project was acknowledged by Vision Long Island with a Smart Growth Award for its transit orientation.
In addition to being recognized for its transit orientation, at Country Pointe Huntington, an underutilized area is being revived with 76 homes where families can get their start, and empty nesters can stay, on Long Island.
A new neighborhood of traditional homes, where generations of families live near one another, was created when Beechwood transformed a former US Army base into what is now Country Pointe North Bellmore.
Beechwood’s thoughtful land planning extends to building in harmony with nature. At Country Pointe Estates Ridge, located at the gateway to Long Island’s Pine Barrens region, 46.25 wooded acres of the 99-acre parcel are dedicated as open space preserve in perpetuity.
Similarly, the Country Pointe Plainview development — a proposed multi-use neighborhood of 750 homes and retail facilities that received zoning and site plan application in 2015 — will provide recreational open space with 57 contiguous acres of the 143-acre property dedicated to the Town of Oyster Bay for community recreation.
On the East End, Beechwood is recognized for its contribution to the local community by repurposing a former industrial work site into the first luxury resort of its kind in the Hamptons, Bishops Pond Southampton Village. Following this first East End endeavor, Beechwood developed an enclave of luxury estate homes at nearby Bishops Grant; and on the North Fork with The Highlands Club.
Since its establishment in 1985, by founder and CEO Michael Dubb, and son Steven who joined the business in 2008, Beechwood has built more than 7,000 homes in 60 communities across the New York metro area with new sites in development.