Work to resume on stalled White Plains apartment project

The original contractor, Katerra, filed for bankruptcy in early June and walked from the project

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Jul.July 27, 2021 02:11 PM
Work to resume on stalled White Plains apartment project

White Plains and Katerra (Getty and Wikipedia)

Construction is set to restart on a stalled residential project in downtown White Plains, according to LoHud.

Work ground to a halt in early June after contractor Katerra filed for bankruptcy. Three laid-off employees sued the firm and are seeking class-action status.

The 434-unit project, dubbed “The Mitchell,” is rising at the corner of Mamaroneck Avenue and East Post Road. Work on the project, which includes retail and parking, is to resume next week.

Developer LMC, a subsidiary of Lennar Company, said that the first units should be completed by the first quarter of 2022. The firm previously anticipated completion of those units by the end of this year.

[LoHud] — Dennis Lynch


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