The transformation of White Plains’s former Westchester Financial Center into City Square will be a grand one. The vision for the new mixed-use project by Ginsburg Development Companies includes renovation of Class A office space at 50 Main Street, an addition of 19,540 square feet of restaurant and retail space along Main Street and Martine Avenue, and converting the office building at 1 Martine Avenue into 188 rental units.
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Construction has reportedly topped off on the pair of 10-story residential buildings under development at 1133 Warburton Avenue, located in the Greystone neighborhood in northwestern Yonkers. There will be 330 luxury rental apartments between the two buildings, dubbed River Tides at Greystone, Westfair reported. The units will range from studios to two-bedrooms, with amenities including a fitness center, outdoor swimming pool and deck. Ginsburg Development Companies is the developer and Warshauer Mellusi Warshauer is the architect. Occupancy is expected in the spring of 2017. Metro-North Railroad’s Greystone station is a stone’s throw away.
Since plans were announced in July of 2015 for a three-story, 55-unit residential project at 1177 Warburton Avenue, located on the far-northern end of Yonkers, a groundbreaking ceremony was recently held, Westfair reported. Dubbed [email protected], the new building will contain luxury rental apartments ranging from 680-square-foot one-bedrooms to 1,245-square-foot three-bedrooms. Amenities include a fitness center and a club room, in addition to a private path to the Greystone station on Metro-North Railroad. Valhalla, N.Y.-based Ginsburg Development Companies is the developer. Completion is expected in 2017. Four vacant, single-family homes were demolished to make way for the new building.
Ginsburg Development Companies is planning a three-story, 55-unit luxury residential building at 1177 Warburton Avenue, in northern Yonkers, a five-minute walk from the Greystone Metro North station. The developer requires approval from the Zoning Board of Appeals, and four single-family homes must first be demolished, according to Westfair Communications. Groundbreaking is expected in the Spring of 2016, with completion in 2017.
Long Island City’s mixed-use zoning has produced high rises filled with apartments and office space, as well as plenty of smaller residential buildings with ground-floor commercial space, but now the industrial neighborhood might get its first crop of new townhouses in half a century. Plans were filed on Friday for 12 two-family townhouses at 45-35 11th Street, a couple blocks from the Court Square subway stop.