Tarrytown hotel, apartments proposed by YZK Development Group

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Dec.December 11, 2019 10:25 AM

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A new hotel, a parking garage, apartments and restaurants could rise on the waterfront in Tarrytown, the Westchester County Business Journal reported. Joint venture YZK Development Group plans to propose a project that includes two buildings, one with 52 apartments and another with a 168-room hotel and parking garage; both buildings would house restaurants, according to the outlet. The developers would also rejuvenate the marina. The Tarrytown Boat & Yacht Club plans to sell its properties to the developers by Dec. 17 as part of the project. [WBJ]


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