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Peekskill Complex Puts a New Spin on Entertainment

From left, Peekskill Mayor Frank Catalina; Deb Milone, Executive Director, Hudson Valley Gateway Chamber of Commerce; County Director of Economic Development George Oros; County Legislator John Testa; County Executive Robert P. Astorino; Cortlandt Town Supervisor Linda Puglisi, Business Council of Westchester Executive Vice President and COO John Ravitz.

Congratulations to BCW member Diamond Properties which celebrated the grand opening this week of its new Spins Hudson Entertainment Center at the Charles Point Marina on the Peekskill waterfront. The 40,000-square-foot Entertainment Center is home to a four-level aerial ropes course, two-story professional laser tag arena with sizeable top industry arcade and full size bocce and shuffleboard courts.

“We are incredibly excited to celebrate the grand opening of Spins Hudson,” said Westchester County Executive Robert P. Astorino at the event held Tuesday. “Overlooking scenic Charles Point Marina, this complex has so much to offer visitors and residents of all ages,” he added noting that the complex will help bolster tourism in the county.

“Spins Hudson is a welcome addition to this thriving community,” said Bill Diamond, Diamond Properties. “We are thrilled to celebrate the completion of this project and look forward to welcoming guests this summer and beyond.”

In addition to the Entertainment Center, Spins Hudson will feature a satellite location of Captain Lawrence Brewery and Factoria, a beautiful 14,000 square- foot event space.

“As a local and family owned brewery we couldn’t be happier to have a satellite location here at Spins Hudson,” said Scott Vaccaro, Founder, Captain Lawrence Brewing Company.

The event was attended by Peekskill Mayor Frank Catalina, Cortlandt Town Supervisor Linda Puglisi, County Legislator John Testa and Business Council of Westchester Executive Vice President and COO John Ravitz.

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