The Hamptons Club at Eastport

Project Location: Eastport, Town of Brookhaven, NY

The Hamptons Club at Eastport is a clustered 64 lot single-family subdivision situated on 76 acres in the Hamlet of Eastport in the Town of Brookhaven, N.Y. Residential lots range in size from 1/3-acre. to ½-acre.  Access to the subdivision is from Sunrise Highway (NYS Rt 27) Service Road. The subdivision includes an internal roadway system, stormwater collection system, stormwater recharge ponds and individual subsurface sanitary disposal systems. Amenities include a recreation building, pool, tennis court, putting green, lawn activity area, walking trail, visitor parking and common area/open space.

The agricultural and undeveloped wooded parcel required a Change of Zone approval from the Town.  Since its location is in the Compatible Growth Area of the Long Island Pine Barrens, a Draft and Final Impact Statement to supplement the CR 51 Corridor Based Land Use Study Generic Environmental Impact Study was required. N+P provided technical support for the document prepared by our environmental affiliate Nelson Pope Voorhis.  Upon the completion of the SEQRA process, N+P prepared the mapping and the site development plans for the subdivision, infrastructure, individual lot subsurface sanitary disposal systems, highway work permit and Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan.  The project required the preparation of a Conditional Letter of Map Revision (CLOMR) for modification to the Flood Zone shown on the FEMA Flood Maps.  During construction, N+P provided technical assistance, survey layout, as-constructed surveys and final surveys. N+P staff assisted the Client in the procurement of municipal permitting and approvals.

Relevant Project Components

  • Topographic/Existing Conditions Survey and Mapping
  • Boundary Survey
  • Technical Support for the Change of Zone Approval
  • Technical Support for the Environmental Impact Statement and SEQRA Compliance
  • Technical Support for a Pine Barrens Compatible Growth Hardship Application and Determination
  • Traffic Impact Study
  • Preliminary and Final Subdivision Mapping
  • Site Improvement Plans
  • Roadway and Signal Improvement and Permitting Plans-New York State Department of Transportation
  • Stormwater, Sediment and Erosion Control Plans
  • Water Distribution and Backflow Prevention Design
  • FEMA-Conditional Letter of Map Revision (CLOMR)
  • Building and Health Department Permit Plans
  • Survey for Construction Layout
  • As-Constructed Surveys and Plans
  • Technical Assistance During Construction
  • Homeowner’s Association Engineer’s Report