Suffolk district sells school to developer for $5.5M

The Lindenhurst Board of Education has voted to sell the shuttered Edward W. Bower Elementary School to a developer for $5.5 million. Engel Burman Group,

Engel Burman Group, of Garden City, plans to build senior housing at the site.

Engel Burman Group, of Garden City, plans to build senior housing at the site. (12/17/15)

GARDEN CITY - The Lindenhurst Board of Education has voted to sell the shuttered Edward W. Bower Elementary School to a developer for $5.5 million.

Engel Burman Group, of Garden City, plans to build senior housing at the site.

The developer has made similar offers for former school sites in Deer Park and Seaford.

 

 

 

 

 

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