Toll Brothers tears down an office to build apartments on Harrison’s Platinum Mile

TRD New York /
Aug.August 17, 2017 04:49 PM
This demolition of a three-story office building on Corporate Park Drive began this week, making way for a 421-unit apartment complex to be built by the Toll Brothers and its partner Normandy Real Estate Partners. The five-story luxury rental community named Carraway will be the first residential project on Harrison’s Platinum Mile — an area previously dominated by — you guessed it! — corporate headquarters. Harrison has been searching for new uses for its excess stock of office buildings as corporations have moved away. “It’s a slow process, but we’re moving,” Harrison Mayor Ron Belmont told the Westchester Business Journal. “We’re taking the local rather than the express.” The building is expected to welcome its first tenants in 2019. [WBJ]

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