A new luxury apartment complex will soon rise in the village. A $30 million rental project will develop a 4-acre former industrial site on the border with South Nyack. Maintaining the name of the long-vacant cosmetic factory that once operated on the property, Pavion apartments will eventually hold 135 units located in two three-story buildings. “It revitalizes the former industrial block and changes it into a new, livable, residential community,” said Drazen Cackovic, of DCAK-MSA Architecture and Engineering who designed the project. The developer, Pavion Associates LLC, will offer studio, one- and two-bedroom rentals, and set aside 14 units as affordable housing. In addition, there will be 70 indoor parking spaces complemented by 142 outdoor spaces. The property is bordered by Cedar Hill Avenue, and South Franklin and Hudson streets. Tenants will also be in a prime location to walk to many of the village’s restaurants and bars: The property is a block away from Broadway and less than a half-mile from Main Street.