SCARSDALE, N. Y. -- Construction is under way at Scarsdale's Golden Horseshoe Shopping Center for a new CVS Pharmacy and a Chop't Create Salad Company restaurant and a third business, according to lohud.com.
Center property manager Robert Fine told lohud.com that mall officials have been looking to bring in a pharmacy since the 2015 loss Gristedes Supermarket, which had its own pharmacy. The CVS store will be about 10,000-square-feet and attach to center, 1062 Wilmot Road, while the 3,900-square-foot restaurant will stand on its own, lohud.com reports.
Officials are still working out plans for a third tenant. Chop't is a chain restaurant that already operates in Mount Kisco and Rye Brook, lohud.com says.
Shoppers told lohud.com that the new shops are a good start revitalizing the center, which was opened its doors in 1956 near Scarsdale's border with New Rochelle.