Houlihan Lawrence Commercial appointed exclusive sales agent for St. Andrews Corner Lot in Bellefield Hyde Park


Houlihan Lawrence Commercial is proud to announce that it has been appointed the exclusive sales agent for St. Andrews Corner, an integral commercial component of Bellefield at Historic Hyde Park in the Hudson River Valley.

Saint Andrews Corner in Bellefield Hyde Park is an 11 acre lot on the southeast corner of Albany Post Road (Route 9) and St. Andrews Road in the town of Hyde Park, NY The highly visible and busy site is located across from the Culinary Institute of America and its future hotel/conference center, as well as the Asahi-Shuzo Sake brewery nearing completion. Nearby attractions include the Vanderbilt Mansion, the FDR Library and Museum, and the Walkway Over the Hudson.

The platform site is approved for the development of a 75,000 square foot shopping center, consisting of a mix of retail and office space. It has municipal water, nearby private sewer treatment and access to natural gas. A toolkit of incentives is available, including property tax abatements and tax exemptions on sales and registration of Dutchess County IDA mortgages, as well as a potential refund of up to 20 % of total project costs by Empire State Development.

For more information regarding listing, please contact Steve Salomone, Director of Real Estate Investments, [email protected], or Don Minichino, Certified Real Estate Salesperson, [email protected]

Located on 340 scenic acres directly across from the Culinary Institute of America on Route 9, Bellefield at Historic Hyde Park is an $800 million world-class hospitality, culinary and sustainable destination, featuring two hotels, culinary boutiques, farms at -table restaurants, an event barn and an education center.

“We are delighted to be the exclusive broker for this exciting, world-class commercial development at the entrance to the Hudson River Valley and scenic Dutchess County. This innovative project will be a boon to tourism, which is the second county industry,” said Tom LaPerch, director of Houlihan Lawrence Commercial.

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