SUNRISE PUTS 37 DEKALB ON MARKET. DETOX PROJECT APPARENTLY DROPPED.

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WPCNR MAIN ST JOURNAL. From the Carhart Association. July 7, 2016:

Ken Kristal of the Carhart Association reported to members of the Council of Neighborhood Association yesterday by e-mail that a developer plan to build a detox center in the Carhart neighborhood has been abandoned for that site.

Mr. Kristal shared with WPCNR this statement:

“I have recently learned, and it has been confirmed, that Sunrise (detox center) has put the property at 37 Dekalb Avenue on the market for sale.

It’s probably a bit too early to celebrate until we see who buys the property and for what purpose.”

The White Plains Common Council refused to consider a Special Permit for Sunrise to build a detox center on the former Nathan Miller Nursing Home site, after the Building Department recommended against the project. The Zoning Board also upheld the Building Department ruling.

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