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Spectrum wins bid.

Bronxville Village Planning Board has selected WCI Spectrum Communities to be the developer of a 1.75 acre site on Kensington Road in Bronxville.

WCI Spectrum submitted a proposal for The Kensington, 65 luxury condominiums designed for empty-nesters.

The smart-growth project, which takes advantage of the site's existing environment and features so as to minimize sprawl, will be developed in two separate mid-rise buildings of three and four stories.

WCI Spectrum Communities beat out 12 national and local developers for the contract.
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Title Annotation:WCI Spectrum Communities; Bronxville Village Planning Board
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1U2NY
Date:Jun 30, 2004
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