White Plains council greenlights 1,328 apartments in two major redevelopments

TRD New York /
Sep.September 13, 2018 11:17 AM

The White Plains Common Council last week approved a development called Hamilton Green, a replacement for the White Plains Mall. Pitched by Port Chester-based Street-Works Development, the project will include 860 apartments, a public plaza, a food hall, stores and co-working and flexible office space. Biederman Redevelopment Ventures will collaborate with Street-Works on the property, Westchester Business Journal reported. The council also approved plans from New York City-based Rose Associates to convert the office building at 440 Hamilton Avenue to a 468-unit residential property. [WBJ]


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