51-home development gets preliminary village approval

A 53-lot development with 51 residences and one commercial plot has received preliminary approval from the Red Hook village planning board.

The development, currently known as Anderson Commons, will straddle the village and town border with approximately 8 acres in the village and 40 acres in the town. The development would be behind the Chocolate Factory, with connections to existing roads on Fisk St and Glen Ridge Rd. Click here for an overhead view of the area.

The development plan originally received conditional approvals back in 2006 and, according to the board and the applicant Ken Kearney, is unchanged. The land and project have changed hands since 2006 while the real estate market turned sour.

There is still much work to be done before breaking ground including a trip to the Town of Red Hook planning board.

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