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White Plains Mall redevelopment proposal adds coworking space

Westfair Communications, Ryan Deffenbaugh, June 8, 2018

 

The Hamilton Green proposal that would demolish the White Plains Mall and replace it with apartments, a food hall and an open public area will also have some space for freelancers, small businesses and anyone else in need of a place to work.

As the project enters the next stage of its review by the city, Hamilton Green’s development team noted that the plans will include 27,000 square feet of co-working space.

Bike sharing comes to White Plains

The Journal News, Richard Liebson, June 4, 2018

 

It's fun, it's cheap, it's convenient and it's good for you and the environment.

"Dockless bike sharing has come to White Plains," Mayor Tom Roach said Monday at a news conference to welcome two bike sharing companies that are putting out 300 two-wheelers on city streets. The cost is $1 a ride.

White Plains Bike Share Launch Monday, June 4th

White Plains Mayor Tom Roach will launch White Plains’ dockless bike share program on Monday, June 4 at 12 pm in Renaissance Plaza on Main Street in downtown White Plains. Joining the Mayor will be representatives from White Plains’ two dockless bike share operators: ofo and Lime.

The public will have a chance to view the bicycles firsthand, find out how to use them, and talk directly to the operators.

New Mural Unveiled on Mamaroneck Avenue

The White Plains BID collaborated with ArtsWestchester, Kite Realty Group, and the City of White Plains to bring public art to the streets of downtown White Plains. Artist Wane One was commissioned to paint a mural in the valet lane of City Center, outside of ArtsWestchester's building at 31 Mamaroneck Avenue. The mural was unveiled on Monday, May 14 at 11am.

White Plains BID Purchases Additional Solar-Powered Garbage Receptacle For Use Downtown

In time for Earth Day, the White Plains Business Improvement District (“WP BID”) has purchased a Big Belly solar-powered garbage can for the City. The new receptacle will be installed in Renaissance Plaza near Mamaroneck Avenue.

 

White Plains BID Purchases Additional Solar-Powered Garbage Receptacle For Use Downtown

HAPPY EARTH DAY! WHITE PLAINS BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT PURCHASES ADDITIONAL SOLAR-POWERED GARBAGE RECEPTACLE FOR USE IN DOWNTOWN

 

White Plains, NY – March 19, 2018In time for Earth Day, the White Plains Business Improvement District (“WP BID”) has purchased a Big Belly solar-powered garbage can for the City. The new receptacle will be installed in Renaissance Plaza near Mamaroneck Avenue.

 

ArtsWestchester Mural Coming to Mamaroneck Avenue in White Plains

The Journal News, April 11, 2018, Richard Liebson

 

WHITE PLAINS - They're not painting the town red, but ArtsWestchester does plan to create a multi-colored mural on a stretch of Mamaroneck Avenue to celebrate its 20th anniversary on the thoroughfare.

MTA Metro-North Railroad Announces Renewal Project to Bring State of the Art Improvements to White Plains Station

Renovated Station Will Have Enhanced ADA Accessibility, Improved Safety and Technological Upgrades

 

MTA Metro-North Railroad today announced that a full-scale renewal project that will bring state of the art improvements to the White Plains station is underway.

The project will give Metro-North customers a reimagined station, one that’s more accessible to all, safer, easier to navigate, and technologically up-to-date. The White Plains station has the third highest ridership in the Metro-North system, second only to Stamford and Grand Central Terminal.

Apartment Conversions Prop Up the White Plains Office Market

Wall Street Journal, Keiko Morris, April 8, 2018

 

After years of high availability rates and stagnant rents, the White Plains office market is getting a lift from a boom in apartment construction taking place in this city north of New York City.

 

Developers have been converting office buildings into rental apartments, in some cases demolishing and rebuilding new towers, aiming to draw younger workers and empty nesters to amenity-laden complexes close to shops, restaurants and the train station.

 

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