Downtown project could add to Port Chester’s housing surge

By Evan Fallor

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A proposed mixed-use development targeting millennials in the heart of Port Chester’s downtown could make its way to the village board for zoning approval early next year, officials said this week. Village Planner Jesica Youngblood said a plan to build a maximum 79-unit apartment building with 14,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space at the intersection…

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Evan Fallor covers county government, retail, education and tourism for the Westchester County Business Journal. He previously worked as a town reporter for the Republican-American (Waterbury, Ct.) and the News-Times (Danbury, Ct.). He holds a Master’s degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.

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