In 2003, John Gouveia donated 200 Main Street (a.k.a. the "bank for savings") to the Village of Ossining. Since that time, a number of proposals have made for the use of the "gift", all of which have not come to fruition. The building needs extensive work and remains a drain on that village's taxpayers. Proposals have included everything from affordable housing to artist lofts, jazz clubs and more (see just one example from 2011 http://patch.com/new-york/ossining/abandoned-bank-finds-new-life-thanks-to-winery-owner). A previous estimate indicated that the site would require $2.9 million to completely restore.
It's 2015 and the building is still empty. You can read more about it at HUDSON VALLEY RUINS: http://www.hudsonvalleyruins.org/yasinsac/ossining/bankforsavings.html
The Village of Ossining is once again seeking developers for the "gift"; it issued a press release on March 18th.
You can read the press release at The Examiner News: http://www.theexaminernews.com/village-of-ossining-seeks-developer-for-historic-building-on-main-street/
You can read about Croton's Gouveia "gift" here https://www.facebook.com/notes/croton-united/croton-united-official-joel-gingolds-129-gazette-letter-post-gouveia/402557009901336
and here: Paul Steinberg's letter; please note that the mayor has since acknowledged that the site's possible use as a bed and breakfast needs to now be investigated further at a recent board meeting https://www.facebook.com/notes/croton-united/croton-united-member-paul-steinbergs-129-gazette-letter-regarding-the-gouveia-ac/402212069935830