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Japanese mega-bank signs 100,000 s/f lease in White Plains

Real Estate Weekly, May 25, 2017

 

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation has inked an 101,000 s/f lease at 1 North Lexington Avenue in White Plains, NY. The Japanese multinational banking and financial services company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan committed to a 13-year lease at the Class A office complex.

Rivertowns Square developers plan smaller $120M project in White Plains

Westfair Communications, Ryan Deffenbaugh, May 11, 2017

 

A $120 million development on the Westchester Avenue corridor in White Plains would add retail and luxury apartments to a mostly vacant portion of the city’s eastern gateway. The project, first reviewed by the White Plains Common Council in 2015, has been renewed in a scaled-down form by development partners in Saber White Plains LLC, an affiliate of Armonk-based Saber Real Estate Advisors LLC, and Chauncey White Plains LLC, an affiliate of Chauncey Station Partners.

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Hudson Whiskey Shows Its Growth in White Plains

Westchester Magazine, Paul Adler, May 2, 2017

 

After becoming the Hudson Valley’s first distillery since prohibition, it seems that Tuthilltown Spirits – owners of Hudson Whiskey – is only getting bigger. Cofounder Ralph Erenzo took to the stage last week at White Plains’ Koi Creative Space as part of its Spirit of Business series to discuss the progression of his burgeoning company.

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Sundance Kitchen opens in White Plains

The Journal News, Richard Liebson, May 2, 2017

 

Mexican food is a specialty, but Sundance restaurant-deli offers eclectic menu

A Mexican restaurant with 10 different kinds of Philly cheesesteak?

Welcome to Sundance Kitchen, a combination delicatessen and restaurant that specializes in Mexican fare but offers a large combination of inexpensive breakfast, lunch and dinner meals meant to appeal to every appetite.

Peruvian delights in White Plains

The Journal News, Richard Liebson, March 24, 2017

 

What began several years ago as an informal lunch delivery service by a moving company worker and his somewhat reluctant wife has evolved into Delicias del Jireh, a small, cheerful Mamaroneck Avenue restaurant that brings a taste of Peru to White Plains.

 

Read the full article from The Journal News.

The Ritz-Carlton, Westchester Welcomes New Hotel Executive Chef

The Ritz-Carlton New York, Westchester is proud to announce James Dangler as the new hotel Executive Chef. Dangler joins the hotel with over 25 years of experience in the culinary industry. He will be leading a team of experienced chefs while overseeing all food & beverage operations of the 146-room luxury hotel including in-room dining, banquets, and the Lobby Lounge.

Holy Crab brings Cajun seafood to White Plains

The Journal News, Richard Liebson, February 21, 2017

 

Holy Crab is newest addition to city's growing restaurant row on Mamaroneck Avenue.

Wei Ye says he has all the ingredients needed to make his newly opened Holy Crab restaurant a success.

"White Plains is a nice, busy city with a lot of young people who like to go out," Ye said. "I think people will come here first because of our food and the nice atmosphere. We have a good landlord, and we're in a good location right in the middle of the downtown."

 

Morton’s White Plains steakhouse will move to City Center

Westfair Communications, John Golden, February 14, 2017

 

Morton’s The Steakhouse by summer will relocate its downtown White Plains restaurant to City Center, where it will lease storefront space on Mamaroneck Avenue vacated more than three years ago by the popular Legal Sea Foods.

Apartment proposal for 'signature' White Plains corner

The Journal News, Richard Liebson, February 1, 2017

 

Broadstone White Plains plan would create 434 rental apartments, retail space, parking

A 16-story apartment building, retail space and a small public park would be constructed at the "signature" intersection of Mamaroneck Avenue and East Post Road under a proposal from the Alliance Residential Company.

White Plains office space market begins resurgence

The Journal News, Akiko Matsuda and Richard Liebson, January 30, 2017

 

All of the available statistics point to one thing: White Plains' office market condition is improving.

A yogurt company moving to former retail space on Bloomingdale Road, a Fortune 500 insurance company headed to South Broadway, and a millennial-owned startup thriving on Mamaroneck Avenue are all indications of a recent upswing in the office-space market in the White Plains central business district.

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