The New Rochelle City Council will hear a presentation Thursday about taking out financing to relocate City Yard to Beechwood Avenue.
Development staff will brief the council at a special meeting at 7 p.m. at City Hall.
Mayor Noam Bramson said the presentation will offer costs of three options, all previously discussed by the council: moving City Yard to city-owned property on Beechwood Avenue, leaving City Yard in its current place on East Main Street and renovating the property or delaying any decision until the future.
Details on the various options will be released at the council meeting.
The City Council unanimously approved in April an agreement with Forest City Residential that sets in motion an environmental review of a proposed development at Echo Bay, the 11-acre site located on Long Island Sound.
The developer proposes to build 200-300 residential units at what is now City Yard on East Main Street up to 50,000 square feet of retail space.
A key component of any agreement to develop Echo Bay would be helping to offset the cost of moving the public works department's facilities.
Bramson said it was likely the council would not vote on financing until its first regularly scheduled Nov. 13 meeting.