After months of no visible action, steel girders are now poking above the construction barriers at 51 Main Street, where Yanni’s Greek restaurant once stood. This project was approved by the New Paltz village planning board more than two years ago. This will be a larger building than what was demolished. While narrow, it will extend farther back than the old Yanni’s, according to village code enforcement officer Bryant Arms. The two parking spots that were directly behind the old structure will be relocated.
The steel girders currently visible are for a second floor, with a third higher . . .
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