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Two tower cranes now stands high above Westchester's Howard Hughes Center, as construction for a market rate apartment building from Mill Creek Residential Trust kicks into high gear.

The Village at Howard Hughes Center, now rising from a once vacant lot at 5901 Center Drive, will offer a series of six-story buildings featuring 375 apartments, 1,500 square feet of commercial space and a variety of communal amenities.

Van Tilburg, Banyard & Soderbergh, a Santa Monica-based architecture firm, is designing the project.  However, no official renderings have been released.

The project sits directly across the street from Altitude, a similar apartment complex recently completed by Equity Residential.

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