The Bayport land where the former Sayville Plumbing business once operated remains for sale as one interested developer continues to mull over whether to move forward on a condominium proposal.
According to Islip Town Planning officials no application for any project related to the Montauk Highway/McConnell Avenue plot, between McConnell and Oakwood Avenues, had been filed as of last week.
This week developer Jim Tsunis, of the Northwind Group, a residential builder, told Patch he remains undecided whether to move forward on a condo development.
"I'm mulling my options," said Tsunis who has met with town planning officials to discuss a possible condo project.
Tsunis declined to comment on proposed project specifics such as whether the units would be sold or rented, and whether they'd be senior living space.
At last week's Bayport Civic Association meeting Bob Draffin, president, stated Tsunis indicated he may attend the group's November meeting to talk about his potential project.
Tsunis told Patch he had been in touch with the civic but attendance would be predicated on whether he decides to move forward with a proposal.
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The property is a L-shaped lot with frontage on the highway, between the Hess gas station and the shopping center at the corner of McConnell. It extends south and wraps around to property just a few houses south on McConnell.
A stroll through the land reveals systematic dumping is taking place given a well-worn driving lane bordered by piles of tree stumps and lots of fill deep into the property.