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RXR Realty has deal to build first phase of Hamilton Green...

Developers are asking for amendments to the conceptual development plan and site plan for the transit-oriented development proposed for 200 Hamilton Ave., now the site of the White Plains Mall.

Solar carports may be coming to Westchester Ave.

The White Plains Common Council has set a hearing for Nov. 4 on an application by Voda Solar Resources LLC to build a 282,000-square-foot solar carport facility in the RPW Group’s office park at 1133 Westchester Ave.

UPDATE: Apartment buildings approved for North White Plains train station area

Plans to construct two buildings with a total of 296 apartments close to the North White Plains Metro-North Railroad station were approved Aug. 2...

Look who’s pitching a $121M project for downtown White Plains

A $121 million project is being proposed for the redevelopment of 70 Westchester Ave. in White Plains. According to attorney Mark Weingarten of the law...

The Esplanade remake in White Plains getting ready to launch

A real estate project in White Plains at The Esplanade that at one point attracted the attention of the New York State Attorney General's...

White Plains DMV wants to move into former Fortunoff building

The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) wants to move its office from the White Plains Mall at 200 Hamilton Ave. to...

Two-tower, 500-unit project approved for Gateway II near White Plains train...

The long-vacant site created by the massive urban renewal effort of the 1970s and '80s in downtown White Plains known as Gateway II could...

Good Counsel redevelopment plan moves forward

A plan to redevelop the former Good Counsel school campus in White Plains moved ahead March 1 as the Common Council approved a master...

Waterstone opens welcome center for prospective tenants

The five-story Waterstone building is being built adjacent to a 146,000-square-foot office building, which formerly was headquarters of The Nestlé  Co. and currently includes the New York State Department of Labor among its tenants.

Steely resolve: Construction to lead when the recovery begins

Construction has been selected to be in phase one of the four phases established in New York state for the reopening of businesses in...

White Plains Planning Board backs apartments at 37 DeKalb

The applicant, 37 DeKalb Owner LLC, asked the common council to schedule a public hearing on the proposal for its Aug. 5 meeting.

Apartment complex at 1133 Westchester Ave. approved in White Plains

The residential development would affect approximately 4.3 acres of woodland on the property, requiring the removal of 473 trees and the addition of 172 new ornamental trees and 301 other trees, along with 406 shrub plantings.

The Windward School a step closer to moving to March of...

The March of Dimes plans to move out of the building in July and The Windward School officials hope to be able to make the move into the redesigned structure next year.

Judge dismisses lawsuit challenging FASNY school approval

A neighborhood group argued that the city of White Plains did not follow required procedure in reviewing plans for a new French-American School of New York campus.

White Plains Common Council approves French-American School

The approval ends a seven-year review process for the controversial proposal at the former Ridgeway Country Club.