WHITE PLAINS | Development News



The Westchester County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) has approved financial incentives for two mixed-use residential developments in White Plains and Pelham

The White Plains project, which is called The Collection, consists of 276 residential units in two buildings on Westchester Avenue and Franklin Avenue. Seventeen of the units will be affordable. The project, which is located on Westchester Avenue across from The Westchester mall, includes 24,526 square feet of retail space and 716 parking spaces of which 275 will be for municipal parking.

The IDA is providing sales tax and mortgage tax exemptions totaling $3,348,609. The project, which is estimated to cost $136.2 million, is expected to create 250 construction jobs and 91 permanent jobs.


the vacated Walmart site in downtown White Plains would be ripe for another high-rise residential development.

“It’s perfectly situated, not far from the train station,” he said. “It would make all sense in the world to repurpose the asset to residential.”


I hope that they raze that eyesore


Feeling sorry for those losing their jobs… but that store was terrible. Let’s hope we can get something nice to replace it.




all of this is only good news.


Hale Avenue Apartments | 7 + 8 floors | 127 units

The application asks for a special permit and site plan approval to build a seven-story building with 70 apartments and 102 parking spaces on the east side of Hale Avenue. Directly across the street, an eight-story building with 57 units and 68 parking spots is being proposed.


120 Bloomingdale Road | 5 floors | 132 units (senior housing)