Greenburgh considers zoning code change for a mostly-vacant office space

TRD New York /
Jul.July 13, 2017 05:24 PM

Officials are in talks to change the zoning laws for a mostly-vacant five-story office building at 555 White Plains Road in Greenburgh, LoHud reported. Westchester development firm Robert Martin Company, which bought the 135,000-square-foot space for $5.4 million in May 2017, sent representatives to meet with the town board in June to discuss re-zoning the site for a health club or self-storage facility. If the board permits the changes, Greenburgh would join several Westchester and Rockland communities in loosening land usage laws to convert office spaces to residential and retail, mixed-use developments. [LoHud]

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