Suffolk County in New York is planning a sports and entertainment complex near the Ronkonkoma station in Brookhaven. The crown jewel of the $1-billion, 40-acre, mixed-use project will be a 17,500-seat arena with two hockey rinks. It will also have a 500-room hotel, 200,000 sq ft of commercial space, 160,000 sq ft of medical office and research space and 90,000 sq ft of retail and restaurant space. Suffolk County Purchasing Division, Attn. Tom Malanga, 335 Yaphank Ave., Yaphank, 11980-9652. DR#17-00818298.
NYC Dept. of Transportation is planning a $2.5-billion light rail streetcar line that runs between Sunset Park in Brooklyn and Astoria in Queens. The 16-mile corridor will also run through Ravenswood, Long Island City, Greenpoint, Williamsburg, downtown Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Navy Yard, DUMBO, Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill, Red Hook and Gowanus. NYC Dept. of Transportation—Bureau of Highways, 55 Water St., Ground Fl., New York, 10041-0004. DR#16-00581788.
Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority is planning a $65-million, two-story addition to expand the Buffalo Niagara International Airport. It will house a new baggage claim carousel, administration offices, a new second-level security checkpoint and shell space for concessions. Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority, Attn., Dennis Lupp, 181 Ellicott St., 7th Fl., Buffalo, 14203-2221. DR#15-0060772.
Jersey City is planning a $2-billion, two-mile seawall from its border with Hoboken to Liberty State Park. The project is part of Hurricane Sandy recovery and will include upgrades to the city’s sewer and water systems. City of Jersey City Division of Purchasing, Attn. Peter Folgado, 394 Central Ave., Fl. 2, Jersey City, 07307-2808. DR#14-00702831.
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