Developers break ground on project to transform area near White Plains train station

The project's location in downtown White Plains and proximity to public transportation continues to make the city one of the most commuter-friendly suburbs in Westchester.

News 12 Staff

Mar 3, 2022, 1:16 AM

Updated 813 days ago

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Developers broke ground Wednesday on a project that will transform the area near the White Plains train station.
The new two-tower high-rise contains 500 luxury apartments and retail space. It is expected to open by mid-2024 at 25 North Lexington Ave.
Amenities include a fitness center, study rooms and a pet spa - plus plenty of outdoor space.
The project's location in downtown White Plains and proximity to public transportation continues to make the city one of the most commuter-friendly suburbs in Westchester.
"We worked very hard in White Plains to make this a great place to live for the people that are here but also to make it an attractive place for people who are looking for a place to locate both businesses and individuals," says White Plains Mayor Tom Roach.
The building includes 15 affordable housing units. Developers are paying the city $4 million, which will go into its Affordable Housing Assistance Fund, to create other future housing assistance programs and more affordable units.


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