Welcome to The Seasons at Elwood
Thank you all for coming to the recent Town Board hearing to speak in favor of The Seasons at Elwood. After a show of overwhelming support, the Town Board has yet to cast their vote to rezone property.
It is more important than ever that you: CALL, WRITE and EMAIL to tell the Town Board to vote YES for The Seasons at Elwood. Their contact information can be found at the bottom of our petition page by clicking here: seasonsatelwood.com/petition
A YES for The Seasons is a YES for Huntington’s seniors!
The Seasons at Elwood is a proposed active lifestyle community offering resort-style living limited to homeowners who are 55 years of age and better. These beautiful condominium homes will be perfectly sized for style, convenience and comfort all just minutes away from shopping, restaurants, cultural events, beaches, marinas and much more.
The Engel Burman Group, the region’s leading Real Estate developer is committed to building
exceptional lifestyle communities for those 55 and better. For many families, lifestyle communities provide the ideal balance between style and convenience. The Engel Burman Group is genuinely touching lives with communities like The Seasons at East Meadow, The Seasons at Plainview, The Bel Aire, The Aqua in Long Beach and many more. – all featuring generous spaces and picturesque locations.
How will the Seasons at Elwood impact traffic on Elwood Road?
The traffic signalization and related infrastructure along Elwood Road is antiquated, which contributes to congestion experienced during peak times. The developer has committed to investing in major infrastructure upgrades by installing state of the art signal controllers, synchronizing the signals, providing signal preemption for emergency vehicles, building sidewalks, adding a left turning lane into the entrance of The Seasons, and implementing other upgrades to help alleviate roadway concerns. The traffic signal controllers will also be monitored and electronically controlled in Town Hall by the Town’s traffic engineering staff. In addition, a recent traffic study conducted by VHB Engineering, a firm that specializes in transportation planning, determined that the busiest times for the senior community traffic would not coincide with the peak commuting times on Elwood Road. In fact, The Seasons traffic would only be adding one additional car per minute on Elwood Road during the peak hours of the day and less during other times of the day.