Scarsdale officials reviewing proposals as they plan downtown redevelopment

TRD New York /
Nov.November 15, 2018 12:50 PM

Scarsdale wants to redevelop its downtown transit center as part of an effort to attract millennials, LoHud reported. In July, the town asked developers to submit ideas for redeveloping the Freightway garage, which is south of the Scarsdale train station. Since then, several developers have done so, and the longtime commuter haven plans to gather public input before it puts out a request for proposals in 2019, its Land Use Committee chairwoman Jane Veron told LoHud. “We want to create that virtuous cycle, residents living where they can shop and eat, with easy access to New York City and bus lines, and with less reliance on motor vehicles,” Veron told the outlet. [LoHud]

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