Luxury developments are hot in Westchester right now; here’s where to get in on the ground floor.
Forget the raised ranches and the half-acre backyards. Some residents want to live in suburban Westchester, but don’t want to cut the lawn or shovel the sidewalk. Instead, they want to live in a luxury unit that has a little more style and substance. Developers in Westchester County have been busy converting such several industrial buildings and areas into prominent luxury rental units that are now open for leasing.
Norman Rockwell spent many years in New Rochelle, painting his legendary pictures of everyday life in America. Now residents of the newest mix-used luxury residential center that touts his name can make their own memories of everyday life in America in this building that will have 135,000 sq. ft of residential living space and 22,000 sq. ft of commercial retail space.
Located on North Avenue in the heart of New Rochelle, this $60 million mixed-use project includes 114 rental units, a breakdown of 20 studios, 59 one-bedrooms, 28 two-bedrooms and seven three-bedroom units. Resident will enjoy such amenities as a fitness center, a two-story community lounge with flat screen TVs, a full kitchen and a fireplace and a fully landscaped 4,000 sq ft outdoor space where TVs and BBQ sets are there to help make memories.
Units come with hi-end appliances, modern furnishings, and nine-foot ceilings.
The monthly rental price tags range from $2200 to $3800 and the units will be complete in the summer of 2020.
Check here for more information on The Rockwell.
The Mason M.V.S.
Opening later this fall, The Mason M.V.S. takes its name from, well, literally the design of the project and its location. The industrial building has a brick and zinc — the “mason” — facade and floor-to-ceiling steel casement windows. Perfect for commuters, it’s located at the Mamaroneck Village Station (M.V.S.) and is in very close proximity to I-95.This is called the Village’s MAKER Zone (short for Manufacturing, Artisanal foods & arts, Knowledge economy, Environmental buffers, and Recreation.).
The $35 million residential project and is split into three five-story buildings that include 96 luxury studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments, and four townhomes. Residents will enjoy the use of rooftop terraces and an outdoor deck where they can grill with friends, a full gym, and high-end stainless steel appliances.
For more information on The Mason in Mamaroneck, click here.
Norden Lofts Luxury Apartments
If you’re looking for suburban luxury with more of an industrial feel, the Norden Lofts Luxury Apartments in White Plains are now open for leasing.
Let’s first start with its location — it’s located right near the Bronx iver and the Metro-North Railroad tracks. The area was once strongly industrial with garages, manufacturing buildings and more populating the space. Once the local government allowed construction of housing in this area, the Norden Lofts Luxury Apartment project was born.
This $15.6 million dollar project includes a six-story, 65-unit rental building that includes studios, one-bedroom and two bedroom apartments, ranging from 430 square feet to 1,120 square feet.
The units have been stylized to enhance the industrial features of the space, including large casement windows and high ceilings with exposed pipes and ducts. The units also include quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances. Sportsters will love the bike racks and, if you ever want to leave your luxury space, you can play bocce, work out at the fitness center, and enjoy a club room, pool table and foosball game.
The developers haven’t forgotten about the furry residents either because the building comes with its own pet-grooming station.
The rents range from $2,000 to $3,650 per month. For more information on Norden Lofts in White Plains, check here.