Nassau County boasts a wide-range of location options for both industrial and commercial use. From mixed-use developments, such as the future location of the Nassau HUB, or transit-oriented-developments such as the soon-to-be-developed Heritage Village in Hicksville, Nassau County is at the forefront of placemaking.
Office properties in the County focus on accessibility for companies and residents alike. The prime inventory is concentrated along the major commercial arteries that run across much of the County, such as Northern Boulevard and Sunrise Highway, or in clusters along the Long Island Railroad track path.
Perhaps the most important access point is the Long Island Expressway that connects the County to Manhattan through Queens to the west and the remainder of Long Island to the east. Office parks along this highway provide firms access to the densely populated New York City submarkets to the west, as well as a connection to local neighborhoods within the County.
Nassau County has invested in the development of the following resources to curate information generally utilized by prospective developers.
Nassau County Land Record Viewer - This Land Records Viewer allows access to almost all information maintained by the Nassau County Department of Assessment including assessment roll data, district information, tax maps, property photographs, past taxes, tax rates, exemptions with amounts and comparable sales. It is also linked to the County's Geographic Information System (GIS) to provide relevant information from that system. This viewer contains a set of property maps of every parcel within the County of Nassau. Much of the date provided in the viewer can be downloaded/exported for further analysis (tax maps, property cards, assessment summary forms, etc.). The public information contained herein is furnished as a public service by Nassau County for use as a research tool.
Nassau County Zoning Referrals - A real-time interactive map which displays the location, type, and details of every land use application subject to the jurisdiction of the Nassau County Planning Commission. Applications such as land subdivision and significant zoning actions can be viewed. The map provides users with the ability to search and filter applications to identify land use trends and potential development opportunities.
In addition, prospective developers may find the following New York State and local municipalities resources helpful:
- The New York State Traffic Volume Viewer The map provides traffic volume data for all State roads, most County roads and even some more local roadways throughout Nassau County and the State. The following video offers instructions on using the viewer Traffic Viewer Tutorial
- Annual Guide to Public Officials published by the Long Island Association
- Town & Cities Zoning Maps
- Town of Oyster Bay zoning Maps
- Town of North Hempstead Zoning Maps
- Town of Hempstead Public Information Map For zoning maps or other related information please contact the Town Department of Building at TOHBuildingQuestions@tohmail.org or (516) 538-8500
- City of Glen Cove Zoning Map
- City of Long Beach Building Department
- All Local municipality websites
Nassau County has a large variety of industrial parks available for development. These spaces are highly attractive to entrepreneurs, are flexible in their use and purpose, highly customizable, and are generally a boon for job growth. Businesses that have taken advantage of industrial parks within Nassau County include recognizable brands such as 1-800 Flowers (Jericho Quadrangle), Home Depot (Hicksville), London Jewelers (Glen Head), Luxottica (Port Washington), and Amazon (Bethpage).