Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union

Hudson Harbor Waterfront Development

Gas Station, Convenience Store

46th and Utah Mixed-Use Development

Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union

Chazen has been working closely with Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union on new building structures throughout the Hudson Valley. The credit union is one of the five largest federal credit unions in New York with over $2.27 billion in assets. Chazen has provided a variety of services ranging from topographic and boundary survey to geotechnical investigations, wetlands assessment, utility and site design, traffic studies and landscape architecture. Projects have included construction on previously undeveloped land as well as redevelopment requiring demolition and/or renovation. Projects have ranged in size from 4,600 square feet to over 6,700 square feet.

Hudson Harbor Waterfront Development

Chazen provided full design, engineering, landscape architecture, permitting, planning, and surveying services for the redevelopment of a LEED® Certified 24+ acre brownfield site along the waterfront in the Village of Tarrytown. 247-residential units are featured together with 80,000 square feet of professional/ commercial/office space, and 20,000 square feet of restaurant/retail space and other public amenities.

Gas Station, Convenience Store

Chazen obtained site plan approval and a special-use permit to construct a 1,805-square foot building to accommodate a convenience store modifications to existing pump stations. Project included the removal of the original 1,230-square foot building, modifications to the associated parking lot to provide additional spaces and an upgraded subsurface drainage system. Chazen also obtained approval from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation for remediation of a petroleum spill from an old single wall steel tank installed by former owner.

46th and Utah Mixed-Use Development

Chazen and a diverse team of consultants worked together to prepare the necessary applications and construction documents for the residential and commercial development located in the Sylvan Park section of Nashville. Chazen advanced this project through the City of Nashville’s Specific Plan (SP) and subdivision process.

This particular project complied with historic and re-development guidelines to qualify for retail and commercial parking reductions. Chazen secured planning, public works, water, sewer, and stormwater permits for the project, as well as provided construction administration throughout the construction process. Chazen designed and incorporated space sensitive green “low impact development” practices to satisfy Nashville’s new stormwater requirements while also meeting the developer’s aesthetic vision for the project.