New Food and Beverage Vendors Open at 235-245 Main Street

The vibrant renaissance of downtown White Plains continues with Caspi Development

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Robert Peirce (center), co-owner of Hastings Tea, with Kevin Nunn (left) of the White Plains Business Improvement District and Joshua Caspi (right), at an outdoor reception hosted by Caspi Development

This retail location appeals to innovative entrepreneurs who are pushing into new ground in White Plains and bringing great dining and retail concepts to area workers, residents and visitors.

White Plains, NY (PRWEB) September 23, 2013

On September 16, Caspi Development, a Purchase, NY-based leader in the ownership, management and development of residential and commercial real estate in Westchester County and metro New York, held a reception to introduce the newest additions to the downtown White Plains food scene, Hastings Tea and noodle +, both located at 235-245 Main Street. The event was held in the courtyard of the Renaissance Corporate Center and featured samples of traditional and herbal tea offerings from Hastings Tea; potstickers, dumplings, and noodle dishes from noodle +; and antipasti and sparkling wines from established Italian eatery La Bocca Ristorante. Tenants, members of the White Plains business community, and government officials attended.

When Caspi Development purchased 235-245 Main Street 10 years ago and renamed it the Renaissance Corporate Center, it recognized the importance of creating a Class A office property with street-level boutique retail in an area of White Plains that soon would be home to City Center and the Ritz-Carlton. Tenants in the two four-story buildings that make up the Renaissance Corporate Center include law firms and small-to-midsize companies that desire a substantial presence in a location that has both elegance of design and proximity to White Plains businesses, government offices, transportation, dining and entertainment.

“This retail location appeals to innovative entrepreneurs who are pushing into new ground in White Plains and bringing great dining and retail concepts to area workers, residents and visitors,” says Caspi. “Our corner of White Plains is truly revitalized, and we named the property Renaissance Corporate Center 10 years ago as we envisioned the White Plains of today.” In the past year, Caspi Development and leasing partner Goldstein & Associates Realty, Inc. have renewed over 20,000 sq. ft. of leases and signed up new tenants who are interested in this bustling downtown location. Additional retail tenants include Chase, Metrovision Optical Boutique, Scottrade, and Laser Touch Aesthetics.

Caspi recently completed major interior and exterior capital improvements in furnishings and infrastructure to enhance the tenant experience and direct the complex toward a greener and more environmentally-conscious future.

The Renaissance Corporate Center is located at 235-245 Main Street, White Plains, NY 10601. For additional information, contact Richard Goldstein of Goldstein & Associates Realty at 914-421-0444 or Richard(at)allcommercialspaces.com. Caspi Development, LLC, is located at 3010 Westchester Avenue, Suite 106, Purchase, N.Y. 10577, 914.694.8300, http://www.caspidevelopment.com.

About Caspi Development, LLC
Caspi Development has been a leader in ownership, management and development of residential and commercial real estate for more than 40 years. Based in Purchase, NY, the company is known for its diversity and ability to respond to market conditions and capitalize on opportunities. Over the last few years, the company has acquired through joint venture approximately 1,600 apartments in New York City. Most recent Caspi Development projects include a 500 unit apartment package in the Bronx with Finkelstein Timberger and CBRE Capital Markets, as well as a number of high end apartment projects in Brooklyn with Artemis Real Estate Partners. Other notable Caspi Development projects include the 600-room Holiday Inn located in Midtown Manhattan on 57th Street; the Chambers Hotel, a luxury 80-room hotel off Fifth Avenue and 56th Street, the Stamford Marriott Hotel in Stamford, CT; the Classic in Stamford and Hartsdale, NY; 235-245 Main Street, a 158,000 square-foot office property in White Plains, NY; and The Sanborn Map Building, a 75,000 square-foot office property in Pelham, NY.