The Mamaroneck Village Board of Trustees voted to freeze new construction and development of residential buildings of three units or larger for 6 months.
“I’m glad the majority of the board voted to examine development and its impacts on the community,” said village Mayor Thomas Murphy.
According to LoHud, some major projects, which have already been proposed or approved, are unaffected by the moratorium.
- A 21-unit residential development at the site of the former 3 Jalapenos at 690 Mamaroneck Ave., which is set to be completed in May.
- A new retail complex on Mamaroneck Avenue, featuring a North Shore Farms grocery and existing CVS, that was inked in January. Construction on the North Shore Farms started in February.
- A public hearing is underway for Hampshire Recreation’s proposal to build 105 homes at the Hampshire Golf Club at 1025 Cove Road.
- A proposal was submitted in June to build nine residential units on Library Lane.
- A proposal was submitted in February to build five luxury townhouses at 355 Phillips Park Road.
Larchmont enacted a similar moratorium on development in 2016.