Fewer proposed housing developments in Nassau

Nassau County has 47 proposals for multi-family housing developments, fewer than Suffolk County’s 107. Nassau County also has fewer under construction multi-family housing developments than Suffolk County.

A majority of the Nassau County proposals, 63% of them, are for rental developments. They average 152 units on 7.9 acres per proposal, but this will likely vary a great deal between proposals.

These proposals are also heavily concentrated in areas that already have dense existing rentals.

Check out our multi-family housing and development map that’s part of our new website’s interactive tools.

Map designed by Amanda Jasper, built by John Tomanelli II and Will Welch, with data from the Suffolk County Division of Planning and Environment – Research and Statistics Dept.