PEEKSKILL, N. Y. -- An influx of redevelopment projects throughout Peekskill has city officials hoping to draw families and tourism to the city, according to lohud.com.
Mayor Frank A. Catalina has been making the rounds in the community to spread the news about a wave of building ventures ranging from downtown projects to riverfront renovation, lohud.com reports.
Among the projects drawing excitement in town are a proposed inn and spa on St. Mary's Convent property, new retail on Broad Street, an art gallery and lofts development on Main and Diven streets, a new visitors' center at Lincoln Depot Plaza, and South Waterfront Park revitalization, lohud.com says.
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