YORKTOWN, N.Y. – Starbucks is coming to the Lowe’s property at 3200 Crompond Road (Route 202), a Breslin Realty executive confirmed to Yorktown News.
Along with the Automobile Association of America, it is slated to take over a portion of a building that will go up front and center on the property. It is the middle of three pad sites.
There is still space for a third retail tenant in between Starbucks and AAA, said Robert Rosenberg, Breslin Realty’s VP of development.
“We are hoping to be under construction before the end of the year and to be in a position to deliver the spaces to the tenants by this time next year,” Rosenberg said.
In other business news, 7-Eleven Inc. has shelled out $1 million to buy property on the corner of Crompond Road and Pine Grove Court.
A deed agreement filed with Westchester County shows the Texas-based convenience-store giant bought the property, at 3451 Crompond Road, from Pinnacle Branded LLC on June 25.
If 7-Eleven builds a store on the site, it would be the retailer’s second Yorktown outlet, located nearly 4 miles from its Commerce Street store. 7-Eleven has more than 7,900 stores nationwide.
An application has not been filed with the town, so 7-Eleven’s intentions for the property are unclear. The company did not respond to a request for comment.
However, the property once operated as a gas station and has three existing pumps.
Though 7-Eleven is known for its convenience stores, a limited number of locations also pump gasoline, including one in Poughkeepsie. An application for a 7-Eleven gas station on Route 35 in Cross River is pending before the Lewisboro Planning Board.