The developer behind Quogue Village’s first senior citizen community is now looking to advance plans for a new five-lot subdivision in the municipality.
The developer, listed in village records as Vincent Gaudiello, wants to build the subdivision, called “Sandpiper Woods,” just west of the intersection of Old Meeting House Road and Jessup Avenue. The subdivision would include two undeveloped lots that are now part of the Jessup’s Landing Condominium complex, a senior citizen community that was approved by the village in 2006.
The new subdivision, if approved, would feature five lots each measuring about 0.8 acre each, according to village documents. The lots will circle a common driveway on Sandpiper Lane.
The final plan for the subdivision was received by the village on September 18, 2015, according to records.
In October, Mr. Gaudiello sent an email to village officials sharing that his team has reviewed their Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan. The document mandates that all of the homes be connected to public water, and outlines where drains need to be installed.
The application is currently being reviewed by the Quogue Planning Board and Village Attorney Richard DePetris.