LMXD is the new L+M-affiliated development and investment company responsible for building mixed-income and mixed-use communities in the Northeast and around the country.
Our focus is on developments that seek to foster community, culture, and sustainability.
We build on L+M’s 35-year history of forming impactful public-private and community partnerships in cities and neighborhoods in which we work. Using innovative finance and our deep real estate expertise, we develop dynamic urban communities that offer a high level of quality and service to residents with a wide range of incomes. Having developed the groundbreaking Essex Crossing on the Lower East Side, L+M (and now LMXD) continues to set a new standard in mixed-income development.
Our projects provide homes for much-loved institutions such as the National Black Theater, International Center for Photography, NJPAC, and many others. L+M’s integrated team, civic spirit and track record make us a valued development partner to institutions looking to grow.
L+M is committed to environmental sustainability, with experience in Passive House design and construction, geothermal and solar energy, and a focus on fostering new technologies.
LMXD’s capabilities arise from a fully integrated team and a 35-year track record
LMXD is part of the broader family of L+M-affiliated social impact investment enterprises. Our focus is on mixed-income and mixed-use developments that are not only profitable but equitable, and contribute to civic well-being.
LMXD brings the fully integrated capacity and experience of L+M’s 400-person company, with deep expertise in every aspect of zoning and entitlements, planning and design, financing, project management, construction, affordable and market-rate marketing, property management and asset management. We have experience executing complex projects with an array of government agencies, sophisticated financial partners and talented design teams.
We combine this track record with a hyper-focused entrepreneurial team looking for new deals and joint ventures in the Northeast and nationally.