DOBBS FERRY, N.Y. – The Village of Dobbs Ferry Planning Board will consider the proposed Rivertowns Square Project with a site plan work session and site visit January 24 and 26.
The Village Board of Trustees voted 4-3 on January 8 to approve environmental impact findings on the project, which allows the village and the developers to move forward on evaluating plans for the residential development. The Planning Board takes the next step in the project next week.
The project being proposed by developer Saber Dobbs Ferry LLC is planned for a parcel between the Saw Mill River Parkway and Lawrence Street on the Ardsley-Dobbs Ferry border. It would include residential apartments, a gourmet supermarket, retail and restaurant businesses, and a Sundance Cinemas complex with eight theaters.
The Planning Board will meet in the Village Hall board room at 7:30 on January 24 for its work session to review the site plan and re-subdivision application for the project. The work session is open to the public but not available for public comment.
On January 26, the Planning Board has scheduled a site visit that will begin at 9 a.m. on Danforth Avenue. It will include a tour of the proposed project site with the goal of assisting Board members in their review of the site plan and re-subdivision application.
The site inspection is also open to the public but not available for public comment.
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