By Michael Woyton Port Chester residents are in favor of a mixed-use project at the former United Hospital site. That is according to a study conducted by a Fort Lauderdale, FL, research firm, westfaironline.com reported. Fabrizio, Lee & Associates interviewed 200 Port Chester residents and found that 64 percent were aware of the project and… Read More


By Evan Fallor With the plans to convert the former United Hospital site in Port Chester into a mixed-use hub are set to move forward this month, a recent study found that nearly two out of three Port Chester residents support the $300 million project. The study, conducted by Fort Lauderdale, Fla., research firm Fabrizio,… Read More


By John Ravitz, executive vice president, Business Council of Westchester As an organization focused on supporting the overall economic health of the Westchester community, The Business Council of Westchester strongly believes that the Starwood Capital Group-United Hospital Redevelopment Project represents a tremendous opportunity to increase economic development for both the Village and the County. Dynamic… Read More


A plan to transform the site of United Hospital, which closed 10 years ago, is one step closer to becoming reality. On Monday, the project officially entered the public review process after Port Chester’s Village Board of Trustees voted to accept as complete the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) submitted by the site’s owner, affiliates of Starwood… Read More


Port Chester village officials have scheduled a combined public hearing on the proposed development for the site of the former United Hospital, to discuss zoning and environmental impacts. The village trustees last week formally accepted Starwood Capital Group’s draft environmental impact statement as complete and set the date for a hearing on the DEIS for… Read More


The site of the former United Hospital in Port Chester is one step closer to becoming a long-awaited $300 million mixed-use development. Port Chester’s board of trustees this week voted to accept the draft environmental impact statement for the project, pushing it into the public review phase. Residents will be able to ask questions and… Read More