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The Mitchell looking for fall 2021 opening after Covid stops and...

After some delays due to the Covid-19 pandemic, construction again is in high gear on The Mitchell, a project by Lennar Multifamily Communities LLC...

Former Pavilion site dormant; The Mitchell ready to rise in White...

It will be at least another year before construction begins in earnest on the mixed-use project planned by Lennar Multifamily Communities for the site...

Another out-of-state developer enters Stamford with mixed-use project The Smyth

“We believe that Stamford has emerged as a legitimate urban residential mecca,” says LMC Divisional President, New York/Tristate Area Greg Belew.

Lennar Multifamily closes on $25M purchase of Mamaroneck Avenue site

Lennar bought the properties at 9 Mitchell Place and 131 Mamaroneck Ave. through a single deed recorded Oct. 3 from Devon Plaza Realty, which lists an address in Manhattan in care of JAH Realty LP.

Developer of former Westchester Pavilion site returns with new plans

The plans are an update to a $275 million redevelopment of the property the city approved two years ago for the same company.

Westfair panel: How Westchester and Fairfield can capitalize on live, work,...

To a crowd of about 230 at the C.V. Rich Mansion in White Plains, the panel of developers discussed trends pushing young professionals to Westchester and Fairfield and the challenges in meeting that demand and creating the type of communities people want to live in.

With new base in Stamford, Lennar Multifamily takes on two major...

Greg Belew, Lennar Multifamily Communities’ city president for the New York tristate region, told the Business Journal that the company is reworking plans for its major redevelopment of the former Westchester Pavilion mall site.

434-unit project planned for White Plains ‘restaurant row’

Alliance Residential Partners, one of the country's largest private integrated multifamily real estate companies, has filed plans with the city to build the project, called Broadstone White Plains, at the corner of Mamaroneck Avenue and East Post Road.