65-unit luxury rental building opens in White Plains

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Oct.October 11, 2018 08:58 AM

A 65-unit luxury rental building has opened in White Plains. Norden Lofts is “the first residential development built since a zoning change allowed construction of apartments in the area,” LoHud reported. The six-story building replaced an industrial structure at the site that had been vacant for years, according to the outlet. The development includes 42 studios, 20 one-bedroom apartments and five-two bedroom apartments, with rents ranging from $2,000 to $3,650 per month. The development’s basement houses a bocce court, fitness center, lounge area and club room. The building is also home to a pet-grooming station and bike racks. “I think this will attract people from New York City who are not looking to live in traditional suburban neighborhoods,” Marsha Rand, the head of Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty, told the publication. [LoHud]


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