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DC “breached the subcontract by, among other things, failing without excuse to timely perform and complete the work,” the complaint states, “and by abandoning the project altogether.”
The developer still needs to pursue site plan approval and obtain various permits for the project.
Westchester County has become fertile ground for Cleveland-based developer The NRP Group, which in 2020 began construction nationwide on 21 projects with 4,865 housing...
The Colonial Terrace catering facility in Cortlandt could soon be demolished pending approvals, and a three-story, 135-unit multifamily residence for active adults to be...
A development with two residential towers, one 13 stories and the other eight stories, along with other elements built to lower heights, is in...
"Westchester has a need for thousands and thousands of apartments," Weisz says. "With the pandemic, those needs have increased.”
Completion is expected in early 2022.
The smaller of the two projects – NRP’s $63 million Lincoln Renaissance Apartments – is arguably the more transformative proposal.
“It is ideally situated to give people a more open area,” Andrew Weisz said, “and at the same time is close to a lot of attractions.”
Sackman Enterprises Inc. of Manhattan has proposed replacing the one-story structure with three floors of rental apartments over a ground floor restaurant and beer garden, at 199-201 East Post Road.
A plan to tear down the New Rochelle Boys & Girls Club building at 116 Guion Place and build a new club along with...
While many of Thomas’ and James’ alleged actions may have been improper, U.S. District Judge Kenneth M. Karas ruled on Sept. 10, they do not “reflect retaliation.”
The county subsidy would be supplemented by a mortgage recording tax exemption when the site is sold for a budgeted $14 million, and proposed property tax abatement from the City of White Plains totaling nearly $10.5 million over 15 years.
Alan Landauer accuses them of “stripping him of any economically viable use of his property.” He is seeking $15.1 million.
“Not only was the city failing to be a cooperative partner in this development, but it was actively attempting to derail the project,” said Jonathan Gertman, NRP Group vice president of development.