Peachwave Opens In Armonk Square

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Gregg Roberts cuts the ribbon for Peachwave's Armonk location.
Gregg Roberts cuts the ribbon for Peachwave's Armonk location. Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie
The interior of Peachwave at Armonk  Square.
The interior of Peachwave at Armonk Square. Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie
The exterior of Peachwave at Armonk  Square.
The exterior of Peachwave at Armonk Square. Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie
Folks posing for a photo include North Castle Town Board members Barbara DiGiacinto and Barry Reiter, Armonk Chamber of Commerce President Neal Schwartz and Gregg Roberts, president of Peachwave's operator.
Folks posing for a photo include North Castle Town Board members Barbara DiGiacinto and Barry Reiter, Armonk Chamber of Commerce President Neal Schwartz and Gregg Roberts, president of Peachwave's operator. Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie

ARMONK, N.Y. -- Peachwave Frozen Yogurt held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its newest location, which is in the Armonk Square retail center.

“We couldn't be more pleased," said Gregg Roberts, who is president of the corporation that licenses Peachwave franchises.

Roberts, who cut the ribbon, shared some details, including that the store has 32 seats and that Peachwave has more than 80 flavors. He also mentioned the most popular varieties, including peanut butter and chocolate, along with mint. 

Peachwave has several locations in the region, including in Mount Kisco and Hartsdale in Westchester County, along with Connecticut locations that include New Canaan, Wilton, Westport, Ridgefield and Norwalk. Roberts, talking with local press, mentioned expansion sites for Mohegan Lake and Rye.

The opening is a milestone for Armonk Square because Peachwave, which is at 402 Main Street, is the final shop to arrive. The first was DeCicco's, which opened nearly a year ago.

Dominick Dioguardi, who is part of the development trio that brought the complex to fruition, called the store a "great addition" and felt it was a "great way" to finalize Armonk Square's leasing part. 

The trio also includes Dioguardi's brother, John, and Alan Zaretsky.

North Castle Town Board members Barry Reiter and Barbara DiGiacinto attended the ceremony, along with Armonk Chamber of Commerce President Neal Schwartz, who called Peachwave a “great place.”

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