Spring Valley Multi-Family Building Planned

Spring Valley Multi-Family Building Planned

Mindy Cohn 

A vacant parcel at 17 Union Road in Spring Valley may soon boast a 24-unit residential building. 

The property owner, All Fresh Farms, Inc., of Brooklyn, sold the non-residential 1.05-acre parcel for 6.8 million. $4,080,000 of the financing was from Orange Bank & Trust. The parcel was bought by Union Apartments, LLC of Suffern.

The project required many variances and a special permit to build in the General Business District, where the property is located. 

Future plans for the site include a three-story, 24-unit multi-family dwelling in the GB (General Business) District. The building is expected to be around 42,000 square feet, with 52 parking spaces.

According to Rockland County Business Journal, the application for this development was reviewed by the County Planning Department four times in the last four years. Each time, the plan was disapproved due to the overdevelopment in the area. 

The County review stated, “Permitting development that does not comply with the applicable bulk standards can set an undesirable land use precedent and result in the overutilization of individual sites.”

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