Developer seeks rezoning, incentives for Port Chester condo project

TRD New York /
Jan.January 03, 2019 02:59 PM

Thelius Capital Partners hopes to raze a parking lot in Port Chester and build a six-story residential development, LoHud reported. The developer needs rezoning approvals from the village in order to buy the lot, which is next to a vacant property on Irving Avenue that it already owns, and build 106 condo units and a parking garage. Thelius Capital is also hoping to secure an incentive package for what it has dubbed “Project Sandlot.” Port Chester plans to hold a public hearing on Jan. 7 to discuss the potential development. “We have to vet whether or not we want to aid this project,” village trustee Frank Ferrara said. [LoHud]

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