The Greenburgh Town Board will hear an exciting presentation tomorrow evening after 8 PM about a proposed rezone that could generate between 4.2 million and 6.9 million dollars a year in taxes WITHOUT having any negative impact on the local school district. The property is located at Eastview (near few homes) –next to the Madison Square Garden training facility (which houses the NY Knicks, Liberty and Rangers teams) and Regeneron (named as the best bio tech place to work for in the world!). The millions in additional taxes does not include side benefits: local economic multipliers and other related spin offs. Great news—for the long term financial health of our town!
The Town Board is reviewing an application for amendments to the Zoning Ordinance and Zoning Map of the Town of Greenburgh creating a new Planned Economic Development (PED) zoning district and to rezone approximately 100± acre site located at 777 Old Saw Mill River Road, in order to permit flexibility in the design and development of a planned center containing diverse uses that are intended to promote the economic and efficient use of land, including tax revenues and jobs, while also preserving sensitive environmental features within preserved open spaces and to allow for the development buildings on the site.
The proposed development on the eastern portion of the Site includes 125,450 square feet of retail, a 3,750 square feet bank, and a 110-room hotel, with access from Old Saw Mill River Road, Route 9A, and the existing loop road. Proposed development on the western portion of the Site includes two big box retail stores (totaling 286,000 square feet) and a gas station, with access from the existing loop road.
In response to Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee comments, the applicant has submitted Alternative H. The Draft Plan calls for all 180 acres of the Landmark at Eastview site (including already developed areas and the 100 vacant land areas addressed in this DEIS) to be included in a bio-tech center, which would be identified in the Comprehensive Plan as “Research and Development Cluster North.” The plan envisions this area to be part of a Westchester County bio-tech hub, extending into Mount Pleasant, and including the Medical Center and the County Grassland complex, as well as the balance of the Landmark site in Mount Pleasant. In the western portion of the site, a total of 1,055,000 square feet of laboratory and office use in five buildings is proposed. The proposed development on the eastern portion of the Site includes 125,450 square feet of retail, a 3,750 square feet bank, and a 110-room hotel, with access from Old Saw Mill River Road, Route 9A, and the existing loop road.
A Public Hearing on the DEIS and Site Plan will be scheduled for June 12, 2013 to start accepting public comment. The Town is looking forward to working with the Village of Elmsford and the Town of Mount Pleasant on this application.
MEET ONE OF GREENBURGH’S NEWEST BUSINESSES LOCATED IN ARDSLEY THAT IS DOING INCREDIBLE GOOD WORK TO HELP FIND A CURE FOR TOURETTE---THANK YOU SPINCREDIBLE!
One of the reasons why our community is so terrific is because residents and merchants care about others. A new business located in Ardsley (Spincredible) is working to raise funds and awareness for Tourette Syndrome.
Tourette Syndrome Association-NY Hudson Valley Chapter and Spincredible Indoor Cycling in Ardsley are pleased to present “Ride For Tourette”, a fundraising and awareness event. “Ride for Tourette” marks Tourette Syndrome Awareness Month (May 15th to June 15th) when TSA chapters stage events to increase understanding of Tourette.
Spincredible is a 1,200 boutique style fitness studio dedicated to indoor cycling. They offer 55 minute classes in a warm and inviting atmosphere. They also offer a 45 minute Beginner/Intro class for our customers that have never experienced indoor cycling before. Spincredible has a diverse roster of very talented and experienced instructors that inspire, motivate and improve wellness through a healthy dose of fun and exercise. Spincredible is located at 692 Saw Mill River Road in Ardsley.
Forty minute classes will be offered during the afternoon specially priced at $40 with all of the proceeds going to the chapter. If you’ve never tried it, you can ride at your own pace and experience a great safe workout. Spincredible's instructors are donating their time for the event. Kids 13 and over can ride with their families as long as a parent or guardian is present. There also will be raffles, a healthful buffet and other goodies.
To register online, go to www.spincredibleny.com and click on the “Schedule” tab.
• Click on the "Schedule" tab at the top of the page
• If you do not have an account, please follow the prompts to set one up with a login, password and check off the liability waiver.
• If you already have an account set up, proceed to “Buy Rides and Packages” and purchase the “Ride for Tourette”.
• Click on the “Class Schedule” and pick which of the “Ride for Tourette” classes you would like to ride. The fun starts at 12:00pm with our first class kicking off at 12:30. If you have any questions or problems registering please contact Spincredible at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the chapter and its mission contact:
Tourette Syndrome Association-NY Hudson Valley Chapter
PO Box 517, Ardsley NY 10502
chapter phone: 914-378-5025?