French-American School of New York selling 3 White Plains parcels

TRD New York /
Mar.March 28, 2019 01:06 PM

The French-American School of New York (FASNY) is selling off three parcels of land in White Plains, LoHud reported. The Larchmont-based school hired CBRE to market the “underdeveloped” parcels, all of which are zoned for single-family residential use and reportedly represent a third of the property it owns in White Plains. The parcels totaling 14 acres are part of a 129-acre lot that FASNY bought in 2011 from the now-defunct Ridgeway Country Club. FASNY still plans to hold on to “28 acres that are approved for construction of its secondary school campus and 51-acre nature conservancy,” the registered nonprofit said in a statement provided to the outlet. A neighborhood group that has been opposed to the school’s plans to build on the site said since it’s preparing to appeal a lawsuit that was dismissed last year by a Westchester Supreme Court judge. Its president maintains news of the sale “speaks to one of the key issues we’ve raised — segmentation,” the outlet reported. [LoHud]


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