Plans for food court at historic building in Ossining put on the back burner

October 19, 2017 02:13PM

It looks like Ossining may not be getting a new food hall at a historic former bank — at least not anytime soon. A legal dispute has put on hold Corinthian Group’s plans to bring Asian cuisine, coal-fired pizza and other trendy fare to the vacant Beaux Arts-style building at 200 Main Street, according to LoHud.com. Corinthian is suing the Village of Ossining for breach of contract and damages in excess of $500,000 after the village terminated the contract to sell the property to Corinthian without supplying a clear reason, the suit claims. “All I can tell you … is the village believes there was a strong reason to terminate,” said Stuart Kahan, the village’s corporation counsel told LoHud. [LoHud]