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Project: Eighty-two apartments at 645 Main St., Peekskill, by developer Wilder Balter Partners. They will be for households at 40% to 80% of Westchester County’s median income.
Viewed from Main Street, the building will be three stories. As the site slopes downward behind that, it will be five stories of apartments. Planned are 18 one-bedroom units, 49 two-bedroom units, and 14three-bedroom units.
Amenities include a fitness center and community room.
A 141-space parking garage will be built under the apartments and have charging stations for electric vehicles.
Location: Just under 2 acres, between Main Street and Central Avenue, close to the Metro-North Railroad station.
Latest development: “We are heading toward a spring construction start,” said William Balter, a principal with Wilder Balter Partners.
The development should be completed two years from spring, he said.