White Plains seeks developers for land around Metro-North station

TRD New York /
Jun.June 22, 2017 06:14 PM

The city of White Plains has issued a call for developers to submit proposals to create mixed-used projects on 4.5 acres around the Metro-North train station. The request for expressions of interest, which includes the repurposing of three-city owned properties (a fire station, parking garage and two parking lots), was released on June 12, the Westchester Business Journal reported. Submissions should include plans for open space, parking, pedestrian walkways and bike lanes. The deadline for proposals is August 18. [WBJ]

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