Nyack Waterfront Development Proposed

At a meeting on Thursday at Nyack Village Hall, residents were given the opportunity to speak about proposed development on the Hudson River waterfront. Currently the plan for TZ Vista, submitted by developer Helmer-Cronin Construction, is to build three, six-story buildings with 120 units and underground parking, on the four-acre lot, though they are asking the village board for a text amendment that would allow them to build beyond the 40-foot height restriction. Those who attended the meeting had mixed opinions on the proposal, many supporters stating that the complex would be a tax ratable as well as help to bing in more development in the village, while others expressed the idea that the style of the building would not mix with surrounding architecture. Another option submitted by the developer was three, four-story buildings with wood and brick facades, which would blend with the village’s existing style and remain under the height regulations.

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