Vision

Terwilliger & Bartone Properties is currently proposing the Cornerstone Waterfront at Patchogue, highly-amenitized luxury apartment homes along the Patchogue River in walking distance of the train station near Patchogue Village’s thriving downtown. The two-acre property is located at the intersection of Mulford Street and West Avenue

The proposal includes a 50-unit Class A style building designed to evoke the coastal architecture of Cape Cod meets Nantucket style. Offerings will include a mix of studios, one- and two-bedroom residences managed by an on-site full-time professional staff. Future residents will enjoy high end finishes and amenities, including rooftop patio with fireplace and fitness area.

Plans also include replacing the property’s current 1,200 SF marina building with a modern clubhouse for marina patrons with showers, rooftop deck and amenities. Future residents at the Cornerstone Waterfront will have the right of first refusal for rental of the marina’s 55 boat slips.

Incorporating Community Feedback

Working with the community to ensure our proposal fits the neighborhood and community at-large is a core tenant of what we do. When plans first were presented, we received valuable feedback that has since been incorporated into the proposal. The number of units was reduced from 74 to 50, and the building height was brought down from the initial five stories to three stories, eliminating parking under the building. Since then, in addition to the reduction in size and scale, the building has also been completely redesigned to better match the surrounding community.

The latest changes to the proposal include:

  • Reorientation of the building to run east-west, instead of north-south
  • Removal of any plans to build infrastructure over Mulford Street
  • Redesign of the building to match the neighborhood’s historic charm and blend seamlessly into the aesthetic of the area.

Conceptual Artistic Renderings

*These artistic renderings are provided for conceptual purposes. Actual plantings will incorporate native species that require little to no maintenance to be more environmentally sustainable and conscientious.

Transforming An Industrial Use

This proposal will transform a former industrial site to residential use to match the surrounding residential are and add a promenade area as a public amenity. Currently the privately-owned site includes parking lots, a marina building and a dock along the river. It is not a park open to the public, and the dead end street often is subject to loitering. However, the Cornerstone proposal includes the creation of a promenade with benches and pavers for the public to enjoy and access the scenic waterfront.

Years ago, there were oil tanks on the property. However, since then the soil and groundwater have been cleaned to standards set by applicable agencies, and parking lots are now graded with clean fill. A letter from the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation was issued to confirm the site is clean. For additional information pertaining to the environmental aspects of the site, please click here.

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