Route 9 & I-84
The new Home Depot opened it's doors in Fishkill, New York on July 5, 2006. This is the third store for the company in the Dutchess County market. Home Depot first received site plan approval to build the new 132,000 square foot store on March 24, 2005 and will anchor the redevelopment of the former Dutchess Mall. A master plan for the remaining 55 acre site is now being prepared.
The new Town of Fishkill store features a unique design unlike the traditional orange Home Depot stores. The building facade is a pre-cast panel with block imprint and is painted light tan. The main entrance and the contractor pick-up canopies are a green standing seam metal gabled roof. A covered walkway with white columns stretches across the front of the store. The column bases and the vestibule bases are detailed with cultured stone. The Garden Center fence material is black vinyl coated chain link.
The Dutchess Mall property is located at the strategic intersection of Interstate 84 (Exit 13) and Route 9 in Fishkill, New York. The interior portion of the former mall, totaling 250,000 square feet, was demolished to make way for the new Home Depot. The property included 600,000 square feet of existing buildings. The Home Depot store marks the first phase of the re-development and more big boxes are expected in Phase Two.
The Gap Inc. operates a 2.6 million square foot warehouse/distribution center directly across the interstate highway. It is the largest single-user facility of it's kind in the world! There are over 1,000 national chain hotel rooms in the immediate area with more in development. Several years ago New York State DOT completely reengineered the intersection adding a new cloverleaf, offramps, and new turn lane directly in front of the property. Two existing traffic lights provide access to the site.
In addition the site is minutes from the Taconic State Parkway and the New York State Thruway. Stewart International Airport, Dutchess County Airport, and Metro North and Amtrak rail services are close by. In close proximity to Westchester, Orange and Rockland Counties in New York, northern New Jersey and Fairfield County, Connecticut. The property location is a true-crossroad of the Northeast.
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