The sprawling city of White Plains has always been known for great shopping, a vibrant downtown, well-known restaurants and has been a developer's dream with esteemed buildings such as The Ritz Carlton, Trump Plaza and more adding cache, elegance and lineage to the area. And White Plains is also the birth home of many well known people such as Mark Zuckerberg, Caroline Bessette-Kennedy and actress Shelley Hack among others of note. The city is known for its renowned education, medical and cultural facilities as well.
Now, At 121 Westmoreland Avenue in the bustling city is the graceful Norden Lofts. The site, which opened in October of 2018, features studios at approximately 430 s/f priced at $2,275, one-bedrooms from 600-615 s/f priced from $2,200-$2,800 and two-bedrooms at 1,120 s/f priced between $3,400-$3,550. Apartments have quartz counters, stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, lots of closet space, kitchen cupboards, washers/dryers, large casement windows, high ceilings and the building welcomes pets. Amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, bocce court, club room, seating and lounging area, pet grooming station, bike racks, virtual doorman, and gated parking.
Residents can enjoy all that the city of White Plains has to offer such as fine shopping, entertainment, upscale dining, public transportation and much more. The six-story, 65-unit rental development is 48,000 s/f and the $15 million building boasts 42 studios, 20 one-bedroom and five two-bedroom apartments. Norden Lofts was developed by Sam Keller and Afraim Hirsch with architecture by Philip Fruchter, AIA, principal of Papp Architects.
With White Plains already deemed highly desirable and marketable, Norden Lofts fits the city's landscape uniquely well.
Matthew O’Shaughnessy is a contributing author, New Rochelle, N.Y.