— Follows Sellout of 40 Phase I Units in October —
CENTRAL ISLIP, NY – November 12, 2015 – Foxgate at Islip, a 184-unit, luxury condominium community in Central Islip, has opened sales for 46 additional two-bedroom residences, now under construction.
The 40 units that comprised Phase I, which are located across a pond from the Phase II residences, sold out in October of this year.
The Phase II condominiums come with full-sized appliances, including a natural gas range, refrigerator, microwave, and a washer and dryer. Each unit is equipped with high-efficiency central air conditioning and clean-burning natural-gas forced-air heating. On-site amenities encompass a fully-equipped gym, multi-purpose lounge, heated outdoor in-ground pool, spacious patios, and scenic walking paths. Prices range from $270,000 to $290,000.
Foxgate’s additional plans, pending approval from the Town of Islip, include balconies with panoramic views off the master bedrooms of the upper-level residences, as well as a new location for the clubhouse by the main entrance.
“We anticipated high demand for the Phase I residences, but the speed of sales was extraordinary,” says Michael Puntillo, Managing Partner of Foxgate and builder of the complex. “We expect that Phase II will sell out equally quickly.”
“The residences offer a combination of luxury, value and convenience,” he continues. “Foxgate at Islip is close to the Long Island Expressway, the Southern State Parkway, and the Long Island Rail Road’s Central Islip Station. And, local attractions include Bethpage Ballpark and the new Central Islip Town Center.”
For more information, please call 631-761-8546. Designer fully-decorated models are open for viewing every day of the week except Tuesdays.
About Foxgate at Islip
Foxgate at Islip is a 184-unit, luxury condominium community located on Eastview Drive and Lowell Avenue in the hamlet of Central Islip. Situated on property formerly owned by New York Institute of Technology, the community encompasses nearly 25 acres of professionally landscaped grounds, located two miles south of the Long Island Expressway, a quarter-mile from the Southern State Parkway, and a short distance to the Long Island Rail Road’s Central Islip Station.