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San Remo was originally established as a summer colony in the 1920s. It was developed by the New York City-based Smadbeck Corporation over land formerly occupied by farms and woodlands. The Smadbeck Corporation developed San Remo by the land into roughly 5,000 lots – each being approximately 20′ x 100′ in size; this lot size was typical at the time for subdivisions constructed in New York City. It was advertised heavily by the newspaper Corriere D’ America (later Il Progresso) – especially to Italian-Americans. The newspaper partnered with the developers, offering subscriptions to those who purchased the land. The subscription lengths varied by the number of lots purchased (i.e.: those who purchased 1 lot would receive a 1-year subscription, etc.).
During the years and decades following World War II, the summer colony began to see residents settle permanently, and many expanded their summer cottages in order to live in them year-round.
In the early 1950s, the San Remo Property Owner’s Association (the local civic association) erected a clubhouse for the residents of the community.Learn more about San Remo.