New Development

New Developments

L+M is active in a number of urban markets.

  1. Essex Crossing

    New York, NY

    Essex Crossing heralds a new beginning for the Seward Park Urban Renewal Area and represents a true partnership between public and private interests

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  2. HAHNE’S

    Newark, NJ

    The former Hahne and Co. flagship department store building will be restored and redeveloped into a vibrant mixed-use mixed-income development in the heart of downtown Newark, NJ.

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    Queens, NY

    Arverne East is 80+ acre site on the Rockaway Peninsula which will be developed as a resilient, sustainable, and vibrant community.

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  4. HARLEM 116TH/117TH

    Harlem, NY

    The Harlem 116th & Harlem 117th site is located in the middle of the Harlem block bounded by 116th Street, 117th Street, Lenox Avenue, and Fifth Avenue.

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    Long Island City, NY

    This exciting new market-rate rental building is located in Queens’ flourishing Long Island City neighborhood.

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  6. Refresh

    New Orleans, LA

    L+M is pleased to be partnering with Broad Community Connections (BCC) on the redevelopment of an approximately 61,000 square foot vacant grocery store…

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  7. Warburton Lofts

    Yonkers, NY

    Warburton Lofts celebrates the restoration of 19th century and early 20th century commercial buildings of historical significance to downtown Yonkers.

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  8. 50 & 55 South Essex Avenue

    Orange, NJ

    50 & 55 South Essex Avenue is a proposed transit-oriented mixed-use, mixed-finance development that will be situated on two lots directly across from each other.

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  9. Candlestick Heights

    San Francisco, CA

    Candlestick Heights is a unique opportunity for high-quality affordable rentals in the Bay View neighborhood of San Francisco…

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  10. Utica Place

    Brooklyn, NY

    Utica Place is a mixed-use project consisting of two separate buildings financed with New Market Tax Credits, Tax-Exempt Bonds and Low Income Housing Tax Credits.

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