Developer Plans Senior Housing for Colonial Terrace Property
(7/27/2021) Since its founding in 1994, NRP has developed over 2,600 units of age-restricted senior housing in various communities throughout the US. Since 2011. NRP is partnering on the Overlook Terrace project with the St. Katherine Group, a Port Chester-based real estate development company… Read More »
Mixed-use building proposed for Westchester Avenue in Port Chester
(12/27/2021) An entity known as the Port Chester OZ Fund III QOZB LLC is proposing to build a 12-story mixed-use building with 202 residential units on property at 140-150 Westchester Ave. in Port Chester, across from the Capitol Theatre. The applicant is affiliated with the St. Katherine Group in Port Chester and Saxum Real Estate in… Read More »
The NRP Group proposes active-adult housing on Colonial Terrace site in Cortlandt
(4/14/2021) The Colonial Terrace catering facility in Cortlandt could soon be demolished pending approvals, and a three-story, 135-unit multifamily residence for active adults to be called Overlook Terrace built in its place. The NRP Group of Cleveland has partnered with Port Chester-based St. Katherine Group to develop the project on 8.7 acres at 119 Oregon… Read More »
A Brew Review: Port Chester’s new brewery is nothing to run and hide from
(12/23/2021) Sarah Wolpoff details the introduction of Port Chester’s first Micro Brewery. The establishment will be a key fixture in the development project currently underway at the 30 Broad St. property—just across the street from the Metro-North Train Station and around the corner from The Capitol Theater… Read More »
On the border: New developments in Port Chester could impact Greenwich’s Byram neighborhood
(7/10/2021) Big changes are coming to Greenwich’s western neighbor — which ultimately could have a big impact on the town. At the train station at 30 Broad St., another plan associated with developer Nick Williams and the St. Katherine Group is looking for approval to build… Read More »
The past and future of 30 Broad St.
(12/9/2021) The building where Janis Joplin famously wrote Mercedes Benz and where countless P.C. residents hold memories has been demolished, making room for new moments to form at Run & Hide Brewery… Read More »
Suburban Buyers Ask: Can I Walk to Town?
(12/21/2016) St Katherine Group’s Nick Williams Featured In The New York Times. Andrew and Jeanine Gillette wanted to bring a bit of city living with them when they decamped to the suburbs from a two-bedroom rental in Manhattan late… Read More »