Breslin Realty breaks ground on 124,000 s/f Lowe’s shopping center; Joined by Astorino, Grace, Testa, DiBartolo and Tegeder

December 05, 2017 - Owners Developers & Managers
Ground breaking of Yorktown Lowe's.

Yorktown, NY Breslin Realty has broken ground at the site of their future Lowe’s Home Improvement anchored shopping center.

On October 19th, developer Wilbur Breslin, along with dignitaries such as Westchester County executive Robert Astorino, state senator Terrence Murphy, town supervisor Michael Grace, Westchester legislator John Testa, president of the chamber of commerce Eric DiBartolo, director of planning John Tegeder, and many others gathered to celebrate this community milestone.

The 124,000 s/f Lowe’s will be located on 24 acres at 3200 Crompond Rd. (Rte. 202), at the northwest corner of the Taconic Pwy.

This new retail development will also include three-pad building retailers, and is scheduled to be open for business in the first quarter of 2019.

Lowe’s Home Improvement is the second largest hardware chain in the United States and globally. They have over 1,840 stores throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

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