PEEKSKILL, N.Y. — Peekskill planners were updated last month on plans to turn a two-story brick building perched on the edge of the Hudson River into a restaurant, brewery and amusement center, according to a report by The Examiner.
The building, once part of the complex where Standard Brands once made gin, vodka and vinegar, formerly housed The Cove restaurant.
Diamond Properties is proposing an ambitious $6.5 million project with a new restaurant, brewery, “float-in” movie theate, and even a trapeze school, The Examiner story said.
The group is hoping to open the new seafood restaurant in the fall, The Examiner story said.
The National Maritime Historical Society is already located in the building.
According to the Westchester Business Journal, Diamond Properties is co-owned by William Diamond of Peekskill; New York City restaurateur Louis Lanza; Captain Lawrence Brewery founder Scott Vaccaro; and Peekskill restaurant owner John Sharp.