Developers pitch plans for 9-story, mixed-use building in Port Chester

March 21, 2019 01:30PM

A group of developers hope to build a new mixed-use building near the Metro-North train station in downtown Port Chester, the Westchester County Business Journal reported. The nine-story building would have 115 apartment units, second-floor office space, ground-floor retail space and 104 parking spots on land at 108 South Main Street, according to the outlet. White Plains-based developer Edmond DeLaurentis Jr., one of the members of the limited liability company that has proposed the project, told the outlet the building would “complement” the LLC’s nearby One Gateway Plaza building, which DeLaurentis already owns. “There will be a whole new level of vitality brought to the gateway,” DeLaurentis said. The Port Chester Planning Commission is expected to review the application for the building at the end of the month. In January, another developer sought rezoning and incentives for a condo project in Port Chester. [WBJ]