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Pelham Proposed Apartment Projects

139 Fifth Avenue
Proposed Building for 139 Fifth Avenue

Proposed Building for 163 Wolfs Lane

These are the apartment building projects that are under consideration in the Village of Pelham as of March 13, 2019:

8 Boulevard West (located between Wolfs Lane, the Hutchinson Parkway and Marquand Place) approved by village and under construction.  The building is 60 feet high (20 more feet than allowed under zoning code without use of the "floating zone" allowance for higher).  It contains 16 units (Seven 2-bedroom, 1700sf apartments; eight 3-bedroom, 1800-2100sf apartments; and one 1 1-bedroom 1100sf apartment). The developer is Gary Hirsch operating through EHP Colonial Court, LLC.
101 Wolfs Lane (located between Rockwell's Restaurant and the fomer Integrity Fitness) approved by village and building permit issued.  The building is 60 feet high (complying with existing zoning at the back of the site and 20 more feet along Wolfs Lane than allowed under the zoning code without the use of the "floating zone"). Approved plan is for 63 units (four 3-bedroom units, 18 2-bedroom units, 36 1-bedroom units and 3 studios).  Developer is the Kravitz Family of Pelham, operating through an LLC.
163 Wolfs Lane (Citgo Station next to Pelham Picture house), a 28-unit, 5-story building and 139 Fifth Avenue (currently a row of stores where the Public House is located), a 38-unit, 6-story building (80% of units would be restricted to age 55+).  Both presented to village board, which voted to refer both for review by planning board. (Proposed design of buildings shown above.)   The Planning Board meeting to review these projects is Tuesday, March 19th and the Architectural Review Board meeting is Wednesday, March 20th.
Responses to a village request for proposal to demolish and re-develop the firehouse, the village parking decks on Fourth Avenue (behind firehouse) and potentially Village Hall and other property on Sparks Avenue. Four proposals have been presented ranging in size from 119-144 apartments.