Syosset Park is a world-class town center that will create the ultimate live, work, relax and play community in the heart of Syosset.

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Syosset Park is a walking village that meets the demands of the 21st century. We have devoted a great deal of time to listen to the needs and desires of local residents. Syosset Park is a testament to the assurances made to the community at the onset of this project. We promised that its plans would not be anything like the mega-mall that was previously proposed and be thoughtfully integrated with the community.

We are excited to share our vision with you as we develop the ultimate “standard” for a mixed-use live, work, relax and play community center.

Promise made, promise kept.

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“We believe great places add to the sum of human happiness. DPZ designs economically and environmentally resilient communities that foster physical and social well-being.”

DPZ creates benevolent urban places in the form of cities, towns and neighborhoods, which encourage walking, diversity and complexity. Our projects generate the physical framework for a fulfilling human existence. Safe, pedestrian-friendly streets encourage people to walk in and interact with their built and natural surroundings. A well-designed public realm, including “third places”, where people hang out beyond home and work, facilitates the creation of social networks and affiliations. Recent studies correlate the impact of the physical environment on human health and well-being. DPZ's built projects show that, given the choice, people enjoy living in sustainable communities. People seek out our neighborhoods instead of suburban enclaves because they are environmentally responsible, and because they promote fulfillment and well-being.

We love to share. Giving away our ideas allows others to create happiness and forces us to raise the bar. DPZ regularly appears in the news, delivers keynotes, spearheads movements, and earns awards because we share. We actively encourage all members of our firm to generously speak about and publish their ideas and experiences in the field. To learn more about DPZ, click here.

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Q: What is Syosset Park?

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Q: Where is Syosset Park located?

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Q: Is Syosset Park a mall?

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Q: How will Syosset Park impact traffic?

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Q: What are the plans for Syosset Park?

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Q: How do you get around Syosset Park and what can you do there?

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Q: What features will the 30-acre park have?

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Q: Does the community have a say in the plan for Syosset Park?

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Q: Will there be parking at Syosset Park?

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Q: How long will it take to build Syosset Park?

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Q: How does the plan for Syosset Park compare with alternative plans?

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Scoping Document

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Syosset Park will feature a 30-acre “Great Park” that will serve as a local sanctuary for the entire Syosset community.

This is YOUR park in YOUR community, and we want YOU to help us design it.

We are inviting kids who live in Syosset to help us design the park of their dreams by submitting a drawing of what they want the park to look like. Whether it’s soccer fields, swing sets or a basketball court, we want to see your ideas!

To upload your child’s drawing, fill out the form below.

We can’t wait to see what you come up with!