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Many Questions over St. Peter’s Development Plan

A rendering of the project with a view of the ground level, as presented to Community Board 10 on Monday, January 7. 9Schneps Media / Patrick Rocchio)

The Bronx Times reviewed plans for development of an 11-story housing complex on property owned by St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Westchester Square that were presented to a Community Board 10 Housing and Zoning Committee meeting.

While the project would add 363 apartments to Westchester Avenue, there are some concerns that the targeted land contains burial sites, is on landmarked property, and sufficient parking is missing from the plans. But one advocate on the Board lauded the history of St. Peter’s and its long-standing support of the community and viewed the development as a way of sustaining those imperatives.

This was merely an initial presentation and the principals were asked to return to the Board with more details when they have them.

Read the full February 8, 2019 story by Patrick Rocchio in the BRONX TIMES….

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1 thought on “Many Questions over St. Peter’s Development Plan”

  1. You know what, ENOUGH of this development of every single piece of land that is left in the Bronx! ENOUGH… This area should not be touched… they will do whatever they can to creep over to the graveyard and disrupt these poor people…let them rest in peace and enough!

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