City Center Mall, Mixed-Use Retail and Residential Facilities

City Center Mall, White Plains, NY
Project Overview: 
The City Center Mall project is a mixed-use high-rise retail and residential facility at the former Macy's Department Store in downtown White Plains, New York. Three 35-story residential buildings were also designed at this location encompassing 727,900 square feet. A municipal parking garage was included providing both below and above grade parking, and a garage core encompassing 767,000 square feet.
McLaren's Role: 
McLaren provided foundation and structural design for retail areas, loading docks, and below-grade parking. Within the retail space are the White Plains Performing Arts Center and a multiplex cinema with an IMAX Theater. The PAC includes a 400-seat theater with stadium seating, overhead pipe grids and catwalks, and mezzanine for storage, lighting and lobby. McLaren was involved with design of sloped raker beams and light gage framing that supports stadium seating; reinforcement of existing steel framing to support new theater loads; structural support for box booms, lighting equipment, and other theater features; and coordination with architect and theater consultant on layout and structural requirements for theater features.
Service: 
Foundation Engineering
Service: 
Structural Engineering
Service: 
Construction Administration
Location: 
White Plains, New York
Client: 
Cappelli Development Group
Project Type: 
Structural Design
Role: 
Prime
Contract Period: 
2001-2003
Construction Cost: 
$300,000,000
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Location
White Plains, New York

Client
Cappelli Development Group

Our Role
Prime
Project Type
Structural Design

Contract Period
2001-2003

Construction Cost
$300,000,000
Services
Foundation Engineering
Structural Engineering
Construction Administration