Firm buying 2 buildings in Yonkers plans to bring co-working, ax throwing spaces to city

TRD New York /
Dec.December 05, 2018 11:57 AM

A Yonkers-based firm that’s planning to buy two buildings on Lake Avenue for around $3 million wants to bring a co-working space and an ax throwing venture to one of them, LoHud reported. Momentum Realty Acquisitions is currently in contract to buy 222 Lake Avenue, a building in Yonkers’ historic carpet mills complex that was gutted by a fire in 2017, and an industrial building at 252C Lake Avenue. The former will likely become a mixed-use property known as The Mill that will house a food hall and other tenants. Momentum’s principal Ruben Guerrero said The Mill would be aimed at a “millennial crowd.” Guerrero is “in talks with a national co-working company” and is also interested in leasing part of the building’s ground floor to a venture that offers ax throwing — a “recreational sport” that’s become increasingly popular[LoHud]

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