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.
What are the tax revenues and benefits from this new community?
- Real Estate Tax Revenue Generated from the Property will be approximately $2.9 million annually, an increase of approximately $2.8 million per year over current tax revenue.
- Infrastructure Upgrades on Elwood Road of signalization, sidewalks, synchronizing lights, adding school ahead warning indications, adding a left turning lane at the entrance to The Seasons at Elwood, adding emergency intervention signals, and other upgrades in the vicinity of John H. Glenn High School and Elwood Middle School.
- Recreation Fee – Payment to the Town of Huntington.
- Elwood Park Donation to the Town for upgrade/renovation to the Elwood Park.
- Greenlawn Water District - Payment of the system construction charge to the Greenlawn Water District.
- Installation of a State-of-the-Art, Subsurface Sanitary System to replace the existing, antiquated, open-air sanitary system at Oak Tree Dairy.