Harlem developer proposes fitness, retail destination at White Plains gateway
A Harlem-based developer has a vision that would turn an empty lot at the southern gateway to White Plains into a $160 million mixed-use retail and boutique fitness center that would also include 12 townhome units.
The project, known as Boulevard, was first proposed to the White Plains Common Council in November by Post Maple 77 LLC, a related company of Grid Properties LLC.
The plans calls for Grid Properties to build a 230,000-square-foot pedestrian-oriented development at the former Sholz Auto Group site at 77 W. Post Road, between South Lexington and Odell avenues.
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