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Plan to restore Pelham church, add apartments

A plan has been created that would restore and enhance a 100-year-old church building and bring 30 apartments to property located at 448 Washington Ave....

Plan to bring Floor & Decor to Port Chester under review

The owner of a 6.23-acre commercial property at 130 Midland Ave. in Port Chester is seeking village approval to demolish the existing building and...

Revised apartment plan examined in Port Chester

A revised proposal for the redevelopment of eight parcels that currently have 11 mixed-use one- to three-story buildings along Broad Street in downtown Port Chester,...

Toll Brothers plans 136-unit townhouse development in Yorktown

During a work session of the Yorktown Town Board, developer Toll Brothers unveiled a proposal to build 136 townhomes for active adults age 55 and up on part of the Field Home property off Catherine Street.

NRP Group entity has new plan to build in Port Chester

The proposed apartment building at 229 Willett Ave. would be six stories tall, comprising 10 studio apartments, 40 one-bedroom units, 20 two-bedroom units and 10 three-bedroom units.

New mixed-use building proposed to dovetail with Pelham Municipal Center project

The planned new Municipal Center would include a new firehouse for the village.

Hampshire Recreation claims Mamaroneck is ‘taking’ its property, in $58M lawsuit

By refusing to allow any housing, Hampshire Recreation claims in a May 6 lawsuit, the Village of Mamaroneck has in effect taken the property.

Hampshire Recreation sues Mamaroneck for $58M over land use denials

The bases for denying the project "were merely … rationalizations for a predetermined negative result that the planning board had committed itself to long before issuing (its) findings,” the petition states.

Hampshire developers threaten to sue Mamaroneck for rejecting project

“The project does not promote environmental protection” the village planning board found, or “the most appropriate use of land.”

Mixed-use high rise proposed across from Port Chester train station

A high-rise, mixed-use building that would contain 407,000 square feet with 286 apartments, 12,600 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor and...