Home Tags Papp Architects
Tag: Papp Architects
A high-rise, mixed-use building that would contain 407,000 square feet with 286 apartments, 12,600 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor and...
The building was originally designed in the mid-1960s by architect William Breger, who was a student of Bauhaus School founder Walter Gropius.
Newly branded as the The Mason M.V.S, the 96-unit, three-building development rose on a nearly 3-acre lot on Waverly Avenue near the village's train station.
The Halpern-Rosen project is the village's first large-scale residential development in about 20 years.
The planned 58,000-square-foot residential and commercial development will be the third transforming project on the industrial street since its rezoning in 2015.
The Long Island owner of the former AT&T building in downtown White plains plans to convert the 12-story tower to residential use.