Farmingville, NY – – On October 19, Alicka Ampry-Samuel (center), Regional Administrator of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), was in Brookhaven Town to look at the affordable housing projects in the community. The tour included many single-family homes made available through the Long Island Housing Partnership, Inc. The tour also included a stop at the 100-unit Gleneagle Green at Bellport development, which is being developed by the D & F Development Group. The seven-acre site is located on Atlantic Avenue, adjacent to the Boys and Girls Club of Bellport. Pictured left to right are James Britz, Long Island Housing Partnership Executive VP/COO; Peter Elkowitz, Long Island Housing Partnership President/CEO; Alicka Ampry-Samuel, Regional Administrator of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine; and Peter G. Florey, Principal, D&F Development Group.Since its inception in 1988, the mission of the Long Island Housing Partnership, Inc. (LIHP) has been to provide affordable housing opportunities to those who, through the ordinary, unaided operation of the marketplace, would be unable to secure, or remain in, a decent and safe home. To learn more about LIHP, go to www.LIHP.org.The D&F Group is a developer of affordable family and senior housing, working closely with a wide array of for-profit and not-for-profit partners. They provide comprehensive services relating not only to affordable housing but to all segments of the real estate marketplace. They handle all aspects of a project from inception to finalization. To learn more about the D&F Group, go to www.TheDFDGroup.com.