Construction is now topped out at 25 North Lex, a high-rise mixed-use property at 25 North Lexington Avenue in White Plains, New York. Led by developer Greystar Real Estate Partners, the property will eventually contain 500 rental apartments, 60,000 square feet of amenities, and 16,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.
“We are incredibly proud that our first ground-up development in New York will support the planning goals of making White Plains an even more attractive place to live, work, and play,” said Gary Kerr, managing director of development at Greystar. “Transit-oriented developments like 25 North Lex will help to make the area around stations more vibrant, creating more activity beyond commuting hours.”
Designed by Handel Architects, 25 North Lex comprises a pair of intersecting towers set atop a four-story podium. The shorter tower will top out at 16 stories, while the larger tower will rise to 25 stories.
Inside the building, apartments will range from studios up to three-bedroom layouts. Tenant amenities will include a fitness center, a yoga studio, study rooms, a children’s playroom, private dining and meeting rooms, a communal lounge, a pet spa and dog run, and a golf simulator.
Tenants will also have access to a “Sky Lounge” on the 17th floor and a fifth-floor roof deck with an outdoor pool, grilling stations, gazebos, fire pits, a lawn, and community gardens.
“The City of White Plains continues to deliver on its promise to make the city more walkable, sustainable, and vibrant for existing and prospective residents,” said Tom Roach, mayor of White Plains. “The goal of connecting the Metro-North train station to the core of the downtown is coming to fruition with the help of mixed-use developments such as [25 North Lex]. We are pleased to celebrate this major milestone; it indicates that the City of White Plains is moving one step closer towards its ambitious goal.”
Construction, led by the Cappelli Organization, is expected to be completed in the first half of 2024.
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