Rezoning vote for White Plains Mall redevelopment set for next week

TRD New York /
Jun.June 27, 2018 05:20 PM

The White Plains Common Council will vote on a zoning change needed to redevelop the White Plains Mall next week, LoHud reported. If the council approves the change, the 1970s-built mall will ultimately be razed, making way for a mixed-use project containing apartments, a food hall, retail and restaurant space, co-working space and green space, in addition to parking, according to the outlet. The mall project could be the first of several projects in White Plains’ newly-created “transit development zone.” [LoHud]


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