Yonkers Pier

Project Type(s): Historic Rehabilitation, Infrastructure, Mixed-Use, Ports, and Transportation and Ports

Project Year: 2008

CDE(s): National Development Council

NMTC amount: $7,289,840

Total Project Costs: $11,873,661

The Yonkers Pier is the only turn-of-the 20th century pier still in use on the Hudson River. The restoration of the Pier is another milestone in the remarkable renewal of the Yonkers waterfront, initiated by the development of nearby Yonkers Public Library and the Board of Education Building. The restored first-floor pavilion of the pier provides public recreation space and access to the waterfront and serves as the landing for the river ferry service. The second level holds X2O Xaviars on the Hudson, a 260-seat “five star” restaurant. In addition to NDC’s investment, the development was also awarded a HUD Section 108 loan from the City of Yonkers.

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