Reader’s Digest left Chappaqua for good weeks ago, but the future of the site that used to house its headquarters remains up in the air.
He might have said “go west young man,” but Horace Greeley stayed in Chappaqua from 1854 to 1872.
The four Pegasus sit atop the old Reader’s Digest building in Chappaqua, and while the company’s logo is still there, the 700,000 square foot building remains empty.
Reader’s Digest is officially no longer in Chappaqua and its iconic headquarters is nearly vacant, but there are those who are still hanging on to the memories.
It seems there’s been an epidemic of tree-trashing wind storms lately, from the tornado that hit Queens in September, a falling tree killing a woman on the Grand Central Parkway, to the devastation that tore through a Katonah neighborhood in July.