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Project partners and city officials gather to celebrate the completion of Anderson Plaza

Developers Complete the Anderson Plaza Revival Project in Downtown New Rochelle

Wilder Balter, LXMD, and The City of New Rochelle have completed a $4 million revival of Anderson Plaza, an open-air space for pedestrians in downtown New Rochelle. Located along Anderson Street between North Avenue and LeCount Place, the plaza will support a diverse mix of seasonal programming, from farmers markets and pop-up events to festivals and live performances.

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Stella at 10 LeCount Place in New Rochelle

Stella at 10 LeCount Place in New Rochelle Awarded Best Luxury Multifamily Development

WBP Development and LMXD, an affiliate of L+M Development Partners, are celebrating a big win for their latest high-rise residential project in New Rochelle. Stella, located at 10 LeCount Place and designed by Beyer Blinder Belle, was named Best Luxury Multifamily Development as part of the Westchester Home Builders Awards program. The program is run by Westchester Magazine and recognizes superlative residential developments in Westchester County.

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The Heritage’s Re-Cladding Progresses at 1295 Fifth Avenue in East Harlem, Manhattan

Renovation work is progressing on The Heritage, a three-building residential complex at 1295 Fifth Avenue in East Harlem, Manhattan. Designed by Gruzen & Partners and originally completed in 1974, the development is currently owned by L+M Fund Management and Invesco Real Estate and consists of two identical 35-story towers and a shorter 12-story structure that collectively yield a total of 600 rental apartments. The current project involves the replacement of the buildings’ brick façades with a new exterior insulation finishing system (EIFS) provided by Sto Corp.. L+M Builders is the general contractor and King Contracting Group is in charge of façade installation for the property, which is bound by East 111th Street to the north, Tito Puente Way to the south, Madison Avenue to the east, and Fifth Avenue, Frawley Circle, and Central Park to the west.

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