For last several years there has been tons of objections by local Dobbs Ferry and Ardsley residents to the building of this massive complex along the Saw Mill River Parkway and Lawrence Avenue. But despite all of the planning meetings, environmental studies, town objections construction began.
There has been several pull outs by builders including the Sundance Cinema, that originally was going to be one of the main attractions, and recently the Hilton Garden also pulled out.
If you read the article in The Enterprise you can get dizzy from what they propose to build here, as well as wonder how in the world the Saw Mill River Parkway and surrounding streets are going to accommodate the mass mixed use complex. Also, if you wonder why you are seeing more deer along the Saw Mill, it is because of the amount of trees they needed to cut down.
Here is a list of what is proposed, so far, to be built starting now!
Mrs Green's - 18,000 square foot grocery store
IPic Movie Theater - 650 seats
My Gym - Children’s Fitness and Activity Center
Buddha Asian Bistro
Hotel - 138 Rooms
202 Unit Rental Apartment Building.
It is 80% leased, so will be interesting to see what joins this mix of commercial space!
Saw Mill River Parkway is already heavily traveled. It will be interesting to see what this will do the traffic flow. And, for those who live off of Ogden Avenue residential area, get ready for the back entrance!
With Ridge Hill just several miles down the street, and also a new mixed use complex being built on the old Boyce Thompson building, it will be interesting to see whether this complex takes off.
Author:Thomas Ricapito Phone: 914-804-3048 Dated: August 24th 2015 Views: 867 About Thomas: I got into real estate sales by accident in 2006. At the time, I recently earned a Bachelor's Degre...
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