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Groundbreaking Scheduled on New Luxury Apartment Complex in Tuckahoe

Thursday's groundbreaking ceremony, for the new, 108-unit luxury apartment complex at 150 Main St. in Tuckahoe, will take place at 11 a.m.

Google Streetview shot of 150 Main St. in Tuckahoe.
Google Streetview shot of 150 Main St. in Tuckahoe.
The following announcement is from Mack-Cali's Roseland Subsidiary, Glenco Group and Mirado Properties:

Municipal officials from the Village of Tuckahoe will join principals of Roseland, a subsidiary of Mack-Cali Realty Corporation (NYSE: CLI), Glenco Group, and Mirado Properties, to break ground Thursday morning on a new 108-unit luxury rental building that will rise in the heart of the village’s downtown (150 Main St.). Led by Mayor Steve Ecklond, the officials will drive ceremonial shovels into the ground to officially commence construction on the first project of its kind for Tuckahoe.

 

The four-story building will include 61 one-bedroom units, 47 two-bedroom units, and 3,500 square feet of ground-floor retail space. A 169-space underground parking garage will be constructed as part of the project, as well as 19 surface parking spaces. Residents of the building will enjoy amenities such as a state-of-the-art fitness center, yoga studio, club room, an expansive outdoor terrace with gardens, a water sculpture, a freestanding stone fireplace pit and seating area, and an outdoor kitchen for private entertaining. The building will be located just a three-block walk from the Metro-North train depot, with service to Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan. The project reflects the Mack-Cali/Roseland commitment to developing multi-family communities that offer an amenity-rich environment and luxury finishes and appointments in transit-oriented locations.


jeff meyer May 08, 2014 at 10:40 AM
I am sure that this complex will be very pleasing to the eye. However, we better brace ourselves for the traffic and congestion that will certainly be a consequence. To cram 108 units on the very tight vicinity of Main St. and Midland Pl. is going to be interesting. As I once stated at a planning board meeting, a traffic signal will be needed at said intersection. JM Tuckahoe, NY
Ron May 08, 2014 at 12:18 PM
If you park in front of any 108-unit complex, you will notice that they cause very little traffic. People come and go at different times of the day, unlike an office building.

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