YORKTOWN — A boutique hotel with 16 guestrooms, a cafe and a rooftop bar and grill is proposed for downtown Yorktown Heights.
The proposal for Lodge Gardena designed to the City Board on Tuesday evening is for a 3-floor constructing on about a third of an acre at the corner of Veterans Highway and Commerce Street. It would be next to the Commerce Setting up and near the Albert A. Capellini Local community and Cultural Centre.
There would be eight rooms on just about every of the 2nd and third flooring. The to start with flooring would have a lounge underneath 500 sq. ft as perfectly as a 900-sq.-foot cafe with programs for some outdoor seating, Joseph Riina, a principal of Web-site Style Consultants, instructed the board.
“I imagine it is an interesting undertaking,” Riina mentioned.
Rooms, together with suites, would vary from 340 square feet to more than 500 square toes. The rooftop bar and grill would have indoor and outdoor seating. There would also be a clocktower.
The property, has formerly held real estate offices.
There would be dining places in going for walks distance from the hotel and the Yorktown Stage Musical Theater.
The proposal drew favourable reaction from City Board customers.
City Supervisor Matt Slater stated at the assembly he got a handful of textual content messages from citizens. “People didn’t know we did cool things like this in Yorktown,” he said.
“I imagine it truly is a all-natural,” board member Alice Roker explained.
“I have no complications stating that I absolutely love the concept,” board member Ed Lachterman said.
Current zoning allows for issues this kind of as first-floor enterprises with residential higher than, so the resort would need to have action, these as a zoning code modification, by city officers for it to be built.
It truly is expected to the proposal would go before the town organizing and zoning officials for assessment as very well.
Michael McKinney handles northern Westchester. Follow him on Twitter @mikemckwrite.