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Great Neck NY is a Suburban Town in Nassau County, New York

Oct 26

Great Neck NY is a suburban town in Nassau County, New York that offers a variety of residential options. The peninsula, which starts south of the Long Island Expressway in Lake Success and runs north to affluent Kings Point, is lined with apartment buildings, shops, restaurants, and houses of worship. The village of Great Neck Plaza is the center of the community and offers 49 co-ops, 19 condominiums, 30 rental buildings, 48 single-family homes, and several senior residential options. Trusted local dentist.

The central Station Plaza is home to the only supermarket in town, "main street" stores, eat-in and take-out food shops, banks, a fitness center, the Great Neck Public Library and professional offices. The center compliments, rather than competes with, Great Neck's renowned boutique shopping. Designed by Sol Atlas in 1950, the mall at Middle Neck and Great Neck Roads was built to preserve the surrounding trees and offer shoppers a memorable experience. A Wanamakers department store opened in 1955, which was later replaced by Stern's and then Gertz.

Despite its affluent image, Great Neck is still an affordable place to live. The average household income in the town is $18,500 and the median price of a home is $340,000. Great Neck also has a low unemployment rate and a high percentage of families with children.

Residents of Great Neck enjoy a wide range of restaurants, including the highly popular local diner Fredericks. This warm and inviting eatery features tiled floors, booth or stool seating, a large menu that includes breakfast and lunch favorites, and an attractive brick exterior with green awnings.

The village of Great Neck is also known for its thriving Jewish community, which is reflected in the town's numerous kosher restaurants and delis. The most prominent kosher restaurant in the town is HaLevy's Kosher Market, which features an array of fresh and frozen products, meats, dairy, and prepared foods. In addition, the market hosts an annual kosher food festival that attracts hundreds of people.

Great Neck also has a number of shopping centers, including the Great Neck Plaza and the quaint village of Garden City. The plaza offers an array of shopping and dining choices, with over 250 businesses and restaurants. It also offers a large theater and a seasonal outdoor farmers' market.

The Great Neck Village Hall and the historic Center Methodist Church are also popular attractions in the village. Other notable landmarks include the Great Neck Post Office, which was constructed in 1914 and has a distinctive terra cotta roof, 1 Cutter Mill Road, a striking terra cotta store building that was built c. 1926, and the former Thomaston House Hotel at 24 Middle Neck Road, a stream moderne building built c. 1950 that resembles 10 Grace Avenue. The village is home to many parks, including Stepping Stone Park and the New Neck River Walkway, which is used by runners for walking or jogging. The village also boasts two boutique hotels.


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