Joint Venture Receives $181.9M in Financing for Multifamily Redevelopment in White Plains, New York


For its new multifamily project in White Plains, the joint venture led by Rose Associates will convert a vacant office building into a 255-unit apartment complex and construct a 213-unit building from the ground up.

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — A joint venture led by locally based development and investment firm Rose Associates Inc. has received $181.9 million in financing for a multifamily redevelopment project in White Plains, a northern suburb of New York City.

Los Angeles-based Pacific Western Bank provided a $134.5 million senior construction loan for the project. New York City-based Square Mile Capital contributed a $47.4 million preferred equity investment to round out the capital stack.

The joint venture, the other members of which were not disclosed, will convert a vacant office building located at 440 Hamilton Ave. into a 13-story, 255-unit apartment community that will be known as The Lofts. This building will include 3,400 square feet of retail space.

The development team also plans to construct a seven-story, 213-unit multifamily family building on the site from the ground up. The final piece of construction will be a six-story, 575-space parking garage. The development will feature a suite of Class A amenities that includes a pool and a fitness center.

Of the development’s 468 total units, 8 percent (approximately 37 residences) will be earmarked as affordable housing. Specific income restrictions for these units were not disclosed. A construction timeline for the groundbreaking and completion of the project was also not released.

“There is no doubt that this project will prove transformational for downtown White Plains, providing attractive affordable and market-rate housing that will serve the needs of the community for years to come,” says Matt Drummond, managing director at Square Mile Capital.

— Taylor Williams

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