YORKTOWN, N.Y. – Construction on a new commercial development featuring a Lowe’s, two restaurants and a bank is slated to begin at the end of the summer, a representative of Breslin Realty said. The Yorktown Planning Board approved the site plan in December.
Bob Rosenberg, vice president of development, construction and property management at Breslin Realty, which owns the commercially zoned parcels at 3220 Crompond Road, said the project needs additional approvals from two state agencies: the DEP and the DOT. He expects the project to receive those approvals in the next three to four months, allowing Breslin Realty to begin remediation and demolition on the property.
“Soon thereafter, within six months from today, we’ll hopefully be able to start construction,” Rosenberg said.
The plan features a 120,663-square-foot Lowe’s and a 25,448-square-foot garden center. There are also three outbuildings—a 7,600-square-foot restaurant, a 4,500-square-foot restaurant and a 4,000-square-foot bank. Rosenberg said the potential tenants for those buildings have not been announced.
Breslin Realty is proposing the project as five separate parcels: the four businesses and a large parcel of open space owned by New York State, which is mostly wetlands and stormwater facilities. The subdivision has not yet been approved by the Yorktown Planning Board. Breslin Realty would also need building permits prior to construction.