Developer who planned mixed-use project in White Plains pivoting to senior housing

TRD New York /
Aug.August 01, 2018 02:38 PM

National Development, which owns a property across the street from Bloomingdale’s in White Plains, has already secured approval for a 67,000-square-foot restaurant and retail project at the location, but may be changing its plans, LoHud reported. The developer is now hoping to build five stories of senior housing at the site. The project would include 132 apartments, a garage and 13,000 square feet of green space, the outlet reported. National Development will need the city’s approval before it can move forward with its plans. Its vice president of development, Michael Glynn, said the apartments would be for “residents who are… 80 years plus, and don’t need assisted living.” [LoHud]

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