Developers break ground on mixed-income apartment complex in Peekskill

Officials and developers broke ground Wednesday on a mixed-income apartment complex in Downtown Peekskill.

News 12 Staff

Sep 9, 2020, 6:49 PM

Updated 1,347 days ago

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Developers break ground on mixed-income apartment complex in Peekskill
Officials and developers broke ground Wednesday on a mixed-income apartment complex in Downtown Peekskill.
The building at 645 Main St. will have 82 units.
The funding for the $50 million project comes from Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Affordable Housing Plan
City officials hope it will bring more people to the downtown area.
"Importantly, the diverse income that you're going to see in this building is going to bring more diversity to the city of Peekskill. And, fortunately for the city of Peekskill, diversity is what's helped us thrive and get to where we are today," said Peekskill Mayor Andre Rainey.
Developers say the project will take about two years to complete.


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