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Luxurious New Dobbs Ferry Co-Op, Open House Sun. 1 – 3

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In-Town Living At Its Best! Like a small house, this 1350 sq.ft. Co-Op is ideally situated a mere two blocks from the Metro North commuter train station, two blocks from a major grocery store and one block from village restaurants, shops and boutiques. Completely renovated for sale. With the charming river town village of Dobbs Ferry as it’s backdrop, this wonderful residence offers 3 bedrooms, 2 new baths, a spacious living and dining room and a stunning new kitchen. Only the finest finishes were used in this unit with granite, stainless and polished hardwood floors thru-out. What makes it special and unique though, is the separate entrance at grade with no steps required between your car and front door. There is also a rare, in-unit laundry. This is a great opportunity for no-step living or to get into the famed Dobbs Ferry school system at an almost unheard of price of $349,000. Arrange for your private showing by calling 914-960-3837.
See the full listing at: http://www.randrealty.com/agent/652/Scott-Rosasco/NY/Property/1392482/150-Draper-Ln-G1n-Dobbs-Ferry-NY-10522/

Reconfigure A Cramped Basement For Living Space


From Houzz.com:
“When a young family needed more space in their 1920s bungalow, they thought about renovating the basement, but the low ceilings, leaky stone foundation, hanging wires and hodgepodge of structural poles hampered their hopes. Then architect Ryan Duebber came up with a plan. He helped turn their once-cramped space into an open family room and bar, and incorporated secondary spaces including a laundry room, storage closet and dream steam shower room.
Rather than fighting the challenging elements, Duebber used them as elements of industrial style for a modern space that suited the clients’ tastes. The result is a sleek and open space that mixes old and new elements and highlights the places where they meet.”

Read the full article at Houzz.com: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/5266676/list?utm_source=Houzz&utm_campaign=u190&utm_medium=email&utm_content=gallery1

Rivertowns Square Public Hearing Is Tonight At 6:30 PM

Rivertowns Square Proposal October 2012

Rivertowns Square Proposal

The oft postponed Rivertowns Square public hearing, regarding the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS), prepared by the applicant and accepted as complete by the Dobbs Ferry Board of Trustees, will be held tonight at 6:30 PM at the Embassy Center, 60 Palisade Street, Dobbs Ferry. This will be the first opportunity for members of the public to comment on the final document and air their concerns. Although there may be additional meetings scheduled after this and written comments will also be accepted, it’s possible this may be the only opportunity to comment on the FEIS, before this project proceeds further in the development process.
An abbreviated version of the public notice, from the Dobbs Ferry village website, is as follows:

Description of Action:

Application by Saber Dobbs Ferry LLC and Lincoln Dobbs Ferry LLC, as co-developers, for site plan approval of a proposed mixed-use redevelopment of the former AKZO Nobel Chemical, Inc. property. In response to comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (“DEIS”), the applicant has modified the project to now include: (i) approximately 202 residential units (including affordable units); (ii) an approximately 18,000 square foot supermarket; (iii) approximately 62,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space; (iv) an approximately 123 room hotel; and (v) a 33,600 square foot hotel, together with approximately 1228 parking spaces to serve all uses.

Location of Action:

The subject property is located on Stanley Avenue, Danforth Avenue, Livingstone Avenue, Ogden Avenue and Lawrence Street, Dobbs ferry, New York.

A copy of the FEIS is located on the Village of Dobbs Ferry Website and is available at Village Hall, 112 Main Street, Dobbs Ferry, New York 10522.

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