Landmark at Eastview project moves closer to rezoning

September 2014
Westchester County Business Journal;9/29/2014, Vol. 50 Issue 39, p4
The article reports on developer Eastview Holdings LLC's completion of the environmental review of part of the Landmark at Eastview property in Greenburgh, New York, which it plans to develop commercially. Topics discussed include the property's partial zoning for office use and multi-family residences, its planned conversion into an economic development district, expected annual property tax bills from the development, and Greenburgh's reputation as the Hudson Valley's biomedical capital.


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