DOBBS FERRY, NY-A controversial mixed-use project here just off the Saw Mill River Parkway received final environmental approval in a 4-3 vote by the Village Board of Trustees.
The vote ends a two-year environmental review and now moves the project into the site plan stage, according to a report in the Journal News.
Saber Dobbs Ferry Associates, the developer, submitted a slightly trimmed down plan that now calls for an 18,000-sf gourmet market, a 123-room hotel, an eight-screen movie theater, 62,000 additional square feet of commercial space and 202 rental apartments and 1,200 parking spaces. The project will be built on property surrounding the existing Chauncey Square retail complex. See story in the Journal News.