Lacrosse Unlimited to Get New Digs
Sporting goods store Lacrosse Unlimited will be moving out of its current Mount Kisco storefront for a new space that's further south within the village.
The shop is slated to move from 222 E. Main St. to a shopping plaza at 487 E. Main St., which includes tenants such as Myong Gourmet and Leonard Park Wines & Spirits.
The Mount Kisco Planning Board approved a permit needed for the move because Lacrosse Unlimited represents a change of retail use compared to the previous tenant space, which was a carpet store. Lacrosse Unlimited would exceed the normal parking requirements for its retail use but the board authorized a joint use of spaces between the plaza's tenants.
Ex-Cornell Site is Being Subdivided
The former site of Cornell Carpet & Design, 145 E. Main St. in Mount Kisco, is being subdivided. A building permit posted in the front window allows for the storefront to be split into multiple spaces. This would enable having multiple tenants on site. A rental sign remains posted.
New Business to Fill Ex-Richard's Site
A new entity is taking over 105 Kisco Ave., the former site of Richard's Home Center & Lumber, which closed after more than a century in business.
A building permit posted on a window was issued to NY Stone. Text displayed in another front window hints at a shop that will offer masonry, stone, hardware, building materials and landscaping supplies.
Maya Seeks Expansion into Former Kim's Bagel Cafe Site
Maya Restaurant wants to expand into the former site of Kim's Bagel Cafe, Mount Kisco Planning Board Chair Joseph Cosentino confirmed. Maya is eyeing 37 Main St., which is a storefront next door to its current space. The restaurant needs planning board approval, along with approval from the architectural review board; the applications before each board are pending.