Below is the latest news from the Town Of Hempstead IDA
Newsday Article - 3/20/17
The report on the Green Acres Mall projects by Camoin Associates will be available on this site by following this link.
Despite the economic recession which gripped the United States in 2011, Town of Hempstead agencies spurred the development of nearly $400,000,000 in new business projects.
The architecturally striking Endo Building in Garden City has undergone a change in ownership with the support of the Town of Hempstead Industrial Development Agency.
A resolution designed to facilitate the sale and rehabilitation of the historic Garden City Hotel has been rescinded by the Town of Hempstead Industrial Development Agency.
The Town of Hempstead Industrial Development Agency shattered its own record by closing more than $751,000,000 in business development projects in 2007.
One of Long Island's leading firms in the manufacture, sale and installation of fencing will expand its operations in Freeport under an agreement with the Town of Hempstead Industrial Development Agency.
The Hempstead IDA earned high honors in the awards category of Marketing and Professional Materials from the New York State Economic Development Council.
A massive warehouse bursting with fresh meats and fish, quality produce and a huge array of groceries has been established in Garden City.
Zomicks Bakery will continue to produce its mouth-watering wares locally - with an assist from the Town of Hempstead.
Long Island's most prestigious business publication, the Long Island Business News, has cited the Town of Hempstead Industrial Development Agency as the top IDA in Nassau County.
One of the region's most respected organizations providing services for disabled children and adults is relocated its headquarters to Garden City with the help of the Town of Hempstead Industrial Development Agency (IDA).
With more than $289,000,000 in development projects to its credit, the Town of Hempstead Industrial Development Agency recorded the most successful year in its history in 2005.