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.

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“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.