Rebirth continues in downtown Riverhead, according to Town Supervisor Sean Walter.
And next, the newest addition to downtown could be an apartment building project next to the Long Island Science Center on West Main Street, the supervisor said.
Looking back on what he has accomplished over the past three years in office, on the eve of Tuesday's in which Walter and Southold Councilman Al Krupski are competing, Walter said downtown revitalization will remain a strong legacy.
Not only will the opening soon of the Suffolk Theater under Bob Castaldi's direction breathe new life into downtown, but "another new project," in the shape of an "apartment building at the Long Island Science Center," could be next, Walter said.
Although no further details were immediately available, Walter said Martin Sendlewski, architect and planner, could be involved in the project.
Neither Sendlewski nor Michelle Pelletier, director of the Long Island Science Center, immediately returned requests for comment.