YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Home-improvement chain Lowe's, not Costco is coming to Yorktown.
The item topped an agenda at a Yorktown Planning Board meeting.
In an amended site plan, representatives of Breslin Realty, the owner of the site that was originally planned for Costco, unveiled plans for a Lowe’s Home Center, two stand-alone restaurants and a stand-alone bank. No gas pumps are planned. A 2018 opening is anticipated..
Other items discussed:
Featherbed (Colangelo) Jacob Road Property
In a change of plans, the applicant is now proposing only six lots, plus a farm stand on Jacob Road, and a trail behind the houses leading to the Hunter Brook with the possibility of a dog park. There are no current plans for a major portion of the remaining 53-acre site.
Pied Piper Preschool, 2090 Crompond Road
The applicant is proposing to expand its current facility by adding a second story to its existing one story structure and add on a two-story addition to the rear, increasing the facility’s size from 3,618 sq. ft. to 17,335 sq. ft.
RGP Properties, Lexington Avenue
The applicant presented a site plan application that conforms to the recently approved rezoning.
A public informational hearing will be held on Oct.
For a summary of all agenda items, visit ciyinfo.org
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