The 52 North Broadway project is proposed for the former Good Counsel site in downtown White Plains. Development proposal calls for rezoning the property for redevelopment with a mix of residential uses to create complimentary housing opportunities, including 400 multi-family rental housing units, graduate or professional school housing and an assisted living/memory care community.

The two buildings of historical significance, the Chapel and the Mapleton Building, will be preserved. The project will also preserve the North Broadway frontage and provide a 2.69-acre buffer. Fifty six percent or nine acres of the overall site will be open space.

For more than 100 years the 16.1 acre property has been exempt from real estate taxes, having been owned and operated by The Sisters of the Divine Compassion for educational and religious use. Since the property was sold in 2015 it has been on the tax rolls and generating significant tax revenue. Once the proposed residential community is developed it will provide substantial additional tax revenues to the city of White Plains and its school district.

Project Components

Multi-Family Residential Rental Housing
  • 400 units of rental housing in (2) ten-story buildings

  • Parking will be available under the buildings

  • Located at the rear (Eastern) part of the property, closest to I-287

Graduate/Professional School Housing
  • 4-story, 89,250-square-foot building with housing for 150 individuals in 66 suites.
  • Located at the northern end of the property, the building will help mitigate daily vehicular traffic from students arriving and leaving campus
  • Existing parking spaces will be utilized by student
  • Located adjacent to Pace, the building would provide housing for graduate students
Assisted Living/Memory Care Community
  • Located in the central part of the property, the 93,000-square-foot community will feature 80 beds for assisted living and 45 beds for memory care
  • The community will be owned and operated by Sunrise Senior Living, a nationally-renowned care provider for 35 years with approximately 300 communities in operation
  • The assisted living community fills an existing need in an under-served market