PDE is excited to announce the groundbreaking of the new Lowe’s in Yorktown, a project that’s been in the works for over seven years.
Before development began, the site housed empty lots and buildings left from former businesses. The addition of this home improvement center, and future outbuildings (two restaurants and a bank), will no doubt be a boon to the community in providing a convenient retail location, as well replacing what was once a mere eyesore.
Groundbreaking for Lowe’s will take place on Thursday, Oct. 19th at 1pm, and is open to the public. Construction is predicted to be completed by November 2018.
The project has been featured in an article on TAPinto, which can be found below:
Lowe’s Groundbreaking Scheduled for Next Week in Yorktown
“Construction on a new commercial development featuring a Lowe’s, two restaurants and a bank will begin next week.”
“The groundbreaking is more than seven years in the making for Breslin Realty. In 2010, the Garden City-based company submitted an application to build a 151,000 square-foot Costco Wholesale Club on commercially zoned parcels at 3220 Crompond Road.”
“However, the project was derailed because of the extensive approval process, and a lawsuit filed by a group of Route 202/Crompond Road gas station owners. Unlike Costco, there was no public opposition to the Lowe’s project, which was approved by the planning board in December 2016.”