On October 24, 2018 the Hartsdale 4 Corners Study was released to the public and is now under review by the Planning Board. This study, which complements and will supplement the Town’s 2016 Comprehensive Plan, identifies the many challenges faced at 4 Corners (traffic congestion, parking inadequacy, unsafe pedestrian conditions, poor aesthetic conditions, commercial vacancies and periodic flooding). The study identifies potential solution concepts for these challenges and plans for revitalization through significant investment, which would result in redevelopment at 4 Corners that includes combinations of commercial, office, and residential space with attractive architecture, pocket parks, plazas, open spaces and buffers. The Planning Board will hold a public discussion at 8:45pm Wednesday, February 6th and welcomes public input on the plan. Planning Commissioner Garrett Duquesne will present the study. A link to the study is below:
The 4 corners is located at the intersections of East Hartsdale Ave, Central Ave and West Hartsdale Ave.