New Multi-Family Buildings to Replace Harrison Beverage Center

White Plains NY – December, 2021- White Plains law firm McCullough, Goldberger & Staudt, LLP has been integral in helping obtain local land use approvals to allow for the conversion of the former Harrison Beverage Center into luxury multi-family housing.

53 Halstead LLC’s Special Exception Use application to convert the former Harrison Beverage Center at 53 Halstead Avenue into 8 units of housing in two buildings has been approved by the Harrison Planning Board and Town Board.

The developers plan to improve the .35 acre site by converting the commercial beverage distribution center into four, three-bedroom apartments in two buildings with 13 parking spaces. A short walk to the Metro North train station as well as shops, restaurants, and other public transportation, the project is well-suited to young professionals and empty nesters.  The buildings will offer garage parking, as well as five lot spaces for visitors, landscaping, patio and outdoor recreation space.

“We are happy we were able to help our client achieve a positive result in making this project a reality,’’ said partner Steven Wrabel. “We believe the project will be a great benefit to the neighborhood as it will be an attractive, complimentary addition to the street, and will be more environmentally sensitive than the current use.’’

About McCullough, Goldberger & Staudt, LLP

McCullough, Goldberger & Staudt, LLP represents a diverse group of clients. MGS (including its predecessor firm) has been an integral part of the Westchester community for more than 60 years.  The firm offers a wide range of services in areas including land use, commercial and residential real estate, banking law, trusts and estates, municipal law, construction law and all types of litigation. Its clients include corporations, insurance companies, municipalities, coop, condo and homeowners’ associations, developers, golf and country clubs and not-for-profits as well as individual property owners.  Services are provided by a team headed by seven partners, three of counsel attorneys and two associates.