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A HARDESTY&HANOVER COMPANY <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />To: Paul S. Rosenberg, Mayor, and the <br />Board of Trustees of the Village of Rye Brook <br /> <br />Date: July 5, 2019 <br /> <br />Subject: 259 North Ridge Street – Subdivision, Zoning Petition <br />and Map Amendment, and Revised Site Plan Application <br /> <br />As requested, we reviewed additional and revised information and plans submitted <br />in response to our May 23, 2019 memorandum to the Trustees and in support of the <br />three-lot subdivision, site plan and petition to re-zone Lot 1 of the subdivision into the <br />FAH District submitted by Lazz Development (Louis Larizza), on behalf of the <br />property owner, Daniel Greto. The property is situated at the intersection of West <br />Ridge Drive and North Ridge Street within the R-15 District and the North Ridge <br />Street Scenic Road Overlay District, Section 135.35, Block 1, Lot 11 on the Town of <br />Rye Tax Assessor’s Map. <br /> <br />Property Description <br /> <br />The 3.96-acre (172,620 square-foot) property is partially developed with a one-story <br />single-family home, driveway, curb cut, and a terrace at the back of the home in the <br />rear yard. Behind the home, the lot slopes down very steeply to the northeast from <br />the elevation of North Ridge Street to approximately the elevation of the rear yards <br />of homes along Eagles Bluff and Rock Ridge Drive. The site drains to wetlands <br />located in the woodlands below the existing home and from there into a pipe within a <br />drainage easement across one of the properties on Eagles Bluff. Outside the <br />landscaped area around the existing home, the lot is naturally wooded, with <br />watercourses and wetlands mostly located in areas of lower elevations. <br /> <br />Project Description <br /> <br />The Applicant proposes a three-lot subdivision to create two, single-family building <br />lots (Lot 2 and Lot 3) that would remain in the R-15 District, and a third building lot <br />(Lot 1), which would be re-zoned into the Fair and Affordable (FAH) District for <br />development of two sets of two semi-attached homes (a total of four AFFH units). <br />