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No Tenant for New Building at 1 Palmer Road

IMG 0482Surprised neighbors noticed a "for rent" sign posted in front of the new building at 1 Palmer Road this week and wondered what had happened to the deal with kosher food purveyor Seasons who was supposed to move into the new 11,000 square foot building.

We called the leasing agent Ross Berkowitz and learned that the agreement with Season's is off. They reneged on the lease as the developer was delayed in completing the building -- and now this much discussed property is without a tenant.

Though Seasons would not offer confirmation, rumor has it that Gristedes in the Golden Horseshoe Shopping Center is due to close and Seasons will move into that site instead. The supermarket space has the advantage of being on all one level with outdoor parking rather than the below grade parking lot at 1 Palmer Avenue.

What now for 1 Palmer Avenue? The realtor is looking for two to three tenants to take over the 11,000 square feet of space on two levels. Berkowitz mentioned a bank, another food store or perhaps a yoga studio as possibilities.

It certainly seems ironic that after years of discussion, dissension and planning, the new structure could stand empty at a highly congested and contested intersection in Scarsdale.

Sales:

14AxtellDrive14 Axtell Drive: Sunny bright,Colonial in Crane Berkeley on .77 acre of quiet and private property. Over 4,800 interior square feet with 5 Bedrooms and 4.5 Baths. Large rooms, gracious entrance foyer, living room with fireplace, formal dining room, new kitchen with breakfast area. New playroom and three-car garage

Sale Price: $3,310,000
Real Estate Taxes: $69,691

64Fayette64 Fayette Road: New construction: Stone and shingle five bedroom 4.5 bath home with 5,179 square feet of interior space. High end finishes. Features nine-foot ceilings, hydro 4-zone heat and CAC, professional appliances, custom kitchen and bathroom cabinets, bluestone patio, family room with coffered ceiling, dining room with wainscoting, 30 year architectural roof and level yard.

Sale Price: $2,360,000
Real Estate Taxes: TBD

19RockHillLane19 Rock Hill Lane: Edgemont:
Perfect setting on .82 acre at end of cul-de-sac in Edgemont. Classic 1995 Colonial with circular drive. 6,637 of interior square feet, high ceilings, large rooms, living room with French doors to library, formal dining room. Large kitchen with family room, Six bedrooms. Lovely yard backs onto golf course.

Sale Price: $1,825,000
Real Estate Taxes: $53,317

104Brite copy104 Brite Avenue: Sunny architect owned 5 BR, 3.5 bath Colonial in Greenacres. Updated and expanded with cathedral ceilinged kitchen, Viking, Sub-Zero and Bosch stainless appliances, granite counters and center island, mudroom with storage bench and closet. All of the bathrooms have been beautifully updated.

Sale Price: $1,355,000
Real Estate Taxes: $27,704

149LeeRoad copy149 Lee Road: Bright, spacious colonial with two-year old kitchen with high end cabinetry and appliances and wall of windows, Family room with two story ceiling and fireplace and a master bedroom with soaring ceilings and dressing room.

Sale Price: $863,000
Real Estate Taxes: $18,644

Comments   

0 #27 Scarsdale resident 2013-06-17 05:45
The artist conceptual drawing that appears at the link posted by Scarsdale Mom that people seem to like is actually identical to what has been built so far.

People think the as built building differs from the artist conceptual drawing because they are assuming that the conceptual drawing shows what the building looks like from the Five Corners intersection. In fact, the conceptual drawing shows what the building looks from in front of Chase Bank. Assuming the awnings get installed, it should look exactly like the picture.

The mistake thatb was latched on to here suggests that people should wait until the building is more complete before casting judgment on whether it is ugly or not.
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0 #26 Schlomo Lowenstein 2013-06-12 11:16
Enough kvetching! I like it.
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0 #25 Much improved 2013-06-11 23:19
How about a new Romantic Depot?
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0 #24 neighbor 2013-06-11 19:31
just add the letters CVS - Done!
nice building - lots of character.
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0 #23 Chill 2013-06-10 22:35
to: Where R the Trees, landscaping is one of the last things you do when you build. Complaining that there are no trees there right now is like complaining that the scaffolding clashes with the facade.
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0 #22 Progress 2013-06-10 11:36
Let's see...this site used to be a contaminated gas station which housed run down junky cars, tires and mechanics and the spoiled brats on here are complaining that it's an eyesore? Silly me.
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0 #21 Bibi Netanyahu 2013-06-10 11:31
Not good. Not good. Not good.
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0 #20 Scarsdale Student 2013-06-10 08:46
I agree it looks ugly. I think a car dealership should move in their, I know it sounds weird but scarsdale doesn't have any dealerships centrally located in Scarsdale itself. Scarsdale needs a new idea for a store, I do not think we need any more food places, what the scarsdale kids want is something to do how about a place where they can get their car modified to their unique tastes and drive home knowing they have a sick looking car.
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0 #19 Where R the Trees? 2013-06-10 08:05
Not only is the building an eyesore, but also it appears that there are NO TREES (or any kind of greenery?) to soften the ugliness.
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0 #18 Kristen 2013-06-10 05:36
The approved design was really pretty (thanks for the link, Scarsdale Mom). What's there now is an eyesore. When I put an addition on my house, the town monitored the process pretty carefully and checked to make sure what we put up matched the approved plans. What happened here? It's a completely different (and horrible) design.

Also - a bank?!?! Do we really need another bank???? And how much yoga can we possibly do in this town? What would be great: an outpost of Ollie's Noodle House from NYC. Or an Indian restaurant.
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