Port Chester lot near Metro-North station eyed for 120-unit development

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Sep.September 29, 2020 02:50 PM
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A 120-unit apartment building could go up just a stone’s throw from Port Chester’s Metro-North station, according to Westfair Online.

The project was presented to the Port Chester Planning Commission by attorney Mark Blanchard, who represents the developer. Dubbed The Complex at Port Chester, it would rise on a vacant lot at 18-20 South Main Street and 21-25 East Broadway, about 500 feet from the Metro-North station. It would be across the street from the Waterfront at Port Chester shopping center.

The 12-story development would include an automated 94-car parking garage and two retail spaces at street level. [Westfair Online] — Dennis Lynch


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