Josec3, 15 Bank Street is a great building. Bozzuto took a decent rental building and made it much nicer. Maintenance staff is the best I've seen. If the 1BRs are too small and the 2BRs are too expensive, the "H" units are nice 1.5 BRs. It's the best location in White Plains if you take the Metro North. The residents are very nice and diverse. Lots of young families, professionals.. and also used as housing for Westchester Knicks (NBA player Langston Galloway was my neighbor which was pretty cool).
Visited One City Place a few times when it was still the older management company but never lived there. It has some more foo foo amenities like a golf simulator and theater, but the pool / sauna is probably much nicer than 15 Bank. I believe Bozzuto also took over this building - I would expect it to be comparable to 15 Bank. It really depends if you favor proximity to the train or the city center. If you commute via car, 15 Bank avoids most of the daily traffic that seems to occur near the city center area (maybe an additional 10 minutes).
Continuum is one to keep an eye on.
There's another apartment building across from Chicago Uno which I believe is now called The Metro. It changed management a few times (I believe it was even run by Bozzuto for a year or so). I looked at a few units some years ago and wasn't really impressed. Tiny bathrooms and shared washer/dryers if I recall correctly. It may be worth taking a look anyway as the location is great for Metro North and they may have renovated recently.
Ritz is very nice, though not an apartment complex, and has a shuttle service to the train station with a great pool (though shared with hotel guests) and spa. Parking is valet only.