10-Story, 103-Unit Affordable Residential Building Complete At 300 Quarropas Street, White Plains

300 Quarropas Street300 Quarropas Street, image via Westfair

Back in the summer of 2014, YIMBY revealed renderings of the 10-story, 103-unit all-affordable residential building at 300 Quarropas Street, located at the corner of South Lexington Avenue in White Plains. Westfair now reports construction has wrapped up on the 121,000-square-foot project, dubbed the Prelude. The White Plains Housing Authority and Jonathan Rose Companies are developing, and Dattner Architects is the design architect. The new building was built on the site of the five-building, 450-unit Brookfield Commons housing complex and also serves as the new home of the White Plains Education and Training Center. The community center measure 13,500 square feet and is open to all residents in Brookfield Commons. Sometime in the future, the city is expected to replace more of the tower-in-the-park buildings with mixed-use, all-affordable residential ones.

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1 Comment on "10-Story, 103-Unit Affordable Residential Building Complete At 300 Quarropas Street, White Plains"

  1. So what’s the point? It doesn’t seem to be mixed income as has been done in other cities public housing projects like Chicago and Atlanta. If all you do is put the same people in new buildings you have done nothing. You need a mix of incomes to have a healthy neighborhood. If not it’s the same old issues in 5 years.

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