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 comment on the project at a hearing to be scheduled in the coming weeks.

Plans for the site at 406 Boston Post Road – purchased by Starwood Capital Group in 2006 – include 90,000 square feet of street-level shops and restaurants, a 135-room hotel, 217,000 square feet of office space, 500 residential units for young professionals and 230 age-restricted senior residential units. It will have on-site parking and nearly an acre of open space.

 

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