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Old August 23rd, 2016, 03:52 AM   #1
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this is likely a long way off but it's good news to hear.

LoHud: Redevelopment eyed for aging White Plains Mall

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WHITE PLAINS - The first mall built in the city will be torn down and replaced with a 20-plus story residential tower, townhouse-style apartments, stores and a parking garage topped by publicly accessible green space if developers follow through on preliminary concepts discussed at a recent Common Council meeting.
The White Plains Mall, a fixture at 200 Hamilton Ave. since the 1970s, is a prime candidate for redevelopment because of its location near the train station and its current state of disrepair, council members told The Journal News/lohud after hearing an informal presentation from the Street-Works planning firm.
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the potential site of redevelopment, photo by Mark Vergari/The Journal News:


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Its about time that mall is demolished...hopefully the parking lots near the train station are next...
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280 ft.

Former White Plains Mall Cited for Zoning Change

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Because the site is located within the area being studied by the city as a transportation hub, the proposed development uses elements and suggestions coming out of that study.
The highest portion of the project would be residential units in a 280-foot-high structure positioned at the site’s corner nearest to the Ritz-Carlton, Westchester. The Ritz-Carlton is 450 feet from the site.
Using a proposed development model to illustrate how such a zone might be constructed, the developer has designed residences (about 600), a 30,000 sq.-ft. food hall and artisanal market selling farm-to-table foods, and both active public open space called a village green, and private open space for use by residents only. The zone would provide for 15 percent open space and 85 percent developed space for the full 100 percent coverage of the site. All parking would be incorporated within the structure.


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Wow that is a game changer for an otherwise dead part of White Plains,New York.
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Old July 23rd, 2017, 10:01 PM   #6
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maybe it's not so long off.

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In asking for the zoning change in November, the developer provided a more detailed proposal for the 3.74-acre site bounded by Hamilton, Martin Luther King Jr. and Barker avenues and Cottage Place.
That plan calls for 600 residential units, of different architectural styles, encompassing a total of 500,000 square feet of the 895,200-square foot project. The remainder would be used for retail space, a craft food hall, a 720-space parking garage and what was described as "an elevated and publicly accessible green space of more than one acre."
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If it ultimately receives final approval, the project would likely begin in two or three years and take two years to complete.
Mostly vacant White Plains mall may be torn down; hearing set for Aug. 7

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plans are for 5 buildings. Two will be the maximum height of 280ft. There will also be a market, plaza, and green space.

http://www.cityofwhiteplains.com/Doc...nter/View/2355

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Interesting that they added more buildings , hopefully they follow through with them. I would like to see the surrounding streets go on Road Diet...and the streets made more pedestrian friendly..
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new rendering + details. This is really exciting.

White Plains Mall redevelopment proposal adds coworking space



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The updated plan calls for:

• 860 apartments;

• 956 parking spaces;

• 85,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, including the craft food hall;

• 27,000 square feet of coworking and flexible office space; and

• a 40,000-square-foot, publicly accessible elevated open space accessible from all four sides of the property.
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