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Plans available for 2 proposed downtown apartment projects, to be reviewed by Pelham architecture board Wednesday

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Plans available for 2 proposed downtown apartment projects, to be reviewed by Pelham architecture board Wednesday

On right is a rendering of 163 Wolfs Lane, which would be built next to the Picture House.

On right is a rendering of 163 Wolfs Lane, which would be built next to the Picture House.

On right is a rendering of 163 Wolfs Lane, which would be built next to the Picture House.

On right is a rendering of 163 Wolfs Lane, which would be built next to the Picture House.

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New plans for a 28-unit apartment building that would be built next to the Picture House on Wolf’s Lane and a 34-unit building planned for 139 Fifth Avenue have been uploaded in advance of tonight’s Village of Pelham Architectural Review Board meeting in Village Hall at 8 p.m.

Rendered in center is the 34-apartment, six-story building Pelham RE Partners LLC proposed for 139 Fifth Avenue.

Concrete Ventures will come before the board at 8:15 p.m. to discuss the five-story building proposed for 163 Wolfs Lane adjacent to the downtown movie theater. A pdf showing renderings, designs, street views and other information is available here.

Pelham RE Partners LLC will follow at 9 p.m. to discuss their six-story project planned for 139 Fifth Avenue. Click here to see their new submission.

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2 Responses to “Plans available for 2 proposed downtown apartment projects, to be reviewed by Pelham architecture board Wednesday”

  1. Scott Stiefvater on April 18th, 2019 7:44 pm

    To you people who think this is a good idea, you are so totally wrong. To the Village Of Pelham that is even considering this, SHAME ON YOU. Pelham is one of the most unique, quantest, oldest Villages in Westchester. We are not a City, don’t turn it into one. It will fail. Anyone that wants to discuss face to face- meet me at 303 Wolfs Lane for a face to face.

  2. Demetra keane on April 18th, 2019 7:59 pm

    What type of apts will these be – rental, condos or coops and size? We are a residential community and prefer to have people buy into the village and its character rather than provide space for a transient commuter to Manhattan. Thank you!

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Plans available for 2 proposed downtown apartment projects, to be reviewed by Pelham architecture board Wednesday