RXR and Rising Development top off new apartment tower in $200M Yonkers project

TRD New York /
Nov.November 16, 2017 10:21 AM

Construction of Larkin Plaza, a joint project between Rising Development and RXR Realty on the Yonkers waterfront, hit a milestone as developers topped off of a 17-story residential tower, Westchester Business Journal reported. The 170-unit building is the first of three in the planned $200 million mixed-use development. Another 25-story tower will add 269 more residential units, while the project’s 35,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space will be in the third building. The first residents are expected to move into Larkin Plaza in 2019. [WBJ]


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