The Port Chester Planning Commission and members of the public will soon review proposals for a new nine-story mixed-use building in the village’s downtown area. The public hearing is scheduled for January 27, when Sarrazin Architecture and members of the development team are expected to present the project, which is located at 30 Broad Street and 136 Irving Avenue.
The New Rochelle Planning Board is expected to review proposals from a local developer to construct a new 28-story building in Downtown New Rochelle. Located at 525 Main Street, the site is formed by an assemblage of five lots to create a 22,000-square-foot unified parcel.
Allstate Ventures has released renderings of Westchester Place, an upcoming three-building development in downtown New Rochelle that aims to transform the city’s civic center. The mixed-use project is being designed by Richard Bienenfeld Architect and will encompass 410,000 square feet of newly built space.
Construction is expected to break ground soon at 57 Alexander Street, a 440-unit residential building in Yonkers, New York, following approvals for a major financing package valued at $177.3 million. The deal was approved by the Yonkers Industrial Development Agency, a public benefit corporation that provides business incentives to enhance economic growth in the City of Yonkers.
New Rochelle recently granted approvals for the construction of what will be the largest-ever mixed-use development in the city’s history. Located at 11 Lawton Street, the dual-tower development will feature 143 condominiums, 453 rental units, and a 190-key hotel. Additional components include 8,102 square feet of restaurant and bar space, 2,953 square feet of retail space, and 627 on-site parking spaces.