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Continuum Debuts in White Plains 

16-Story Transit-Oriented Development is Newest
Luxury Rental to be Built in Downtown White Plains *

WHITE PLAINS, NY (Nov 2017) – LCOR, a fully integrated real estate
investment management and development company, has announced the debut of
*Continuum,* an innovative transit-oriented development featuring a wide
selection of stylish residences, a wealth of first-class amenities and easy
access to mass transit.

Located at 55 Bank Street immediately adjacent to the White Plains
Metro-North station, *Continuum* features a 16-story tower with 288
residences and 3,000 square feet of ground floor retail space and
underground parking with 381 spaces. The beautifully designed residences
feature the finest contemporary finishes with expansive windows that create
an open, airy and spacious feel with panoramic views of downtown White
Plains and the Manhattan skyline.  Pre-leasing is under way and the first
residents are expected to move in November 15. For leasing information
visit www.continuumwhiteplains.com

The studios, which range from 523 to 587 square feet, are priced from
$2,120 to $2,380 per month. The one-bedroom residences range in size from
710 to 732 square feet with monthly rents ranging from $2,680 to $3,020.
The two-bedroom residences range in size from 1,184 to 1,256 square feet
and are priced from $3,845 to $4,220 per month.

*Continuum *features an impressive array of  amenities from the grand
two-story lobby with 24-hour concierge to a sophisticated Sky Lounge that
includes a Club Room with a full complement of entertainment options
including a fireplace, kitchen, private dining area and multiple smart TVs.
An adjacent roof-top deck has an open air terrace, fire pit and spectacular
views of Manhattan. Residents can also enjoy a beautifully designed sundeck
terrace with swimming pool, plantings, outdoor furnishings and BBQ grills.
There is also a state-of-the-art fitness club, business center, children’s
playroom and game room/ simulator.

Located just steps away from the White Plains Metro-North station,
*Continuum* is only a 30-minute commute to Grand Central Station. It is
also minutes from fine restaurants, shops and entertainment in Downtown
White Plains.

“*Continuum *is a unique opportunity to enjoy a sophisticated lifestyle
with outstanding amenities, 24-hour concierge and an unbeatable location
that’s minutes from Metro-North and everything that Downtown White Plains
has to offer,” said Brian Barry, Senior Vice President of LCOR.  “We are
especially proud to be part of the remarkable renaissance under way in
Downtown White Plains,” he added.

White Plains Mayor Thomas Roach said, “The importance of a vibrant,
well-functioning transit hub to a city cannot be understated. In White
Plains we are moving forward with plans to improve our Transit District.
The Continuum aligns with our vision for the District and I am pleased to
see it come to fruition. In addition to a great living space, Continuum


September 7, 2017 FORUM NIGHT


The League of Women Voters and the White Plains Council of Neighborhood Associations are co-sponsoring a forum for candidates running for mayor and Common Council in the Democratic party. It will be held on Thursday, September 7th from 7pm – 10 pm at Rochambeau School Auditorium, 228 Fisher Avenue, White Plains.

The forum will begin promptly at 7:00 pm. Although only registered Democrats can vote in the primary election (to be held on September 12th), all community members are welcome to attend the forum.

In order to insure that a wide range of issues are addressed by the candidates, questions will be submitted in writing in one or two ways: by email in advance of the meeting to bethkava@gmail.com or at the forum itself. Doors will be open at 6:30 and cards will be available for audience members to submit questions. Please include your name and address on submissions. Questions will not be taken from the floor.

For questions about the event, or additional information, please email Beth Kava, using the subject line “Democratic forum” at bethkava@gmail.com


--WPLF Gala Sponsorship 2017


A Federal Tax Cut Plan     by James C. Benerofe

If I were President, this is what I would propose as a tax cut.Anyone with W-2 income of $50,000.00 or less would pay ZERO Federal Income Tax. They would continue to pay Social Security.They would still file a tax return. If states that have an income tax

wished to participate they could offer the same tax cut. This plan

would not require any elaborate legislation and would likely create

an immediate stimulus to the economy. There would also be written

into the legislation a qualification gap so that individuals earning say $51,000.00 would still qualify. Reasonably, the gap would be limited to $5,000.00.   After five years, an economic review of how effective

this was in stimulating the economy would be undertaken. If it was determined successful, it would be permanent.  It might also be considered at that time to apply it to higher income levels (although there should be a limitation on how it should go, perhaps based on the cost of living index).