Tuckahoe has become the center for some pretty exciting new developments for the commuter. The village is perfect for those who still want the essence of their New York City lifestyles, close to all shopping, a great night life at hangouts such as Growlers Beer Bistro or the Tap House, and of course the Metro North Tuckahoe Station in the center of it all. The Crestwood station just a mile north takes you to Grand Central on the express in under 30 minutes.
The Building is comprised of around 100 units, there are 3 different apartment styles, there are 1 bedrooms, 2 bedrooms, and 2 bedrooms plus a den, some of the apartments do feature terraces as well.
The 1 bedrooms range from 600 square feet to 850 square feet and start at $2,730 per month. The 2 Bedroom range from 1148 square feet to 1282 square feet starting at $4,780, the 2 Bedrooms that include a den range from 1420-1475 square feet and start at about $5,920 per month. These units all have hardwood flooring, stainless steel appliances, marble countertops, and in-unit washer/dryers.
As you can see, the pricing is quite aggressive for the neighborhood, although many NYC commuters are used to paying these inflated rent prices, and are happy to be close to the train and have a quick commute. This amazing rental building also includes a fitness and yoga studio, chic clubroom, expansive garden terrace, outdoor firepit and lounge, outdoor private kitchen, and secured garage parking.
We have seen many builders successfully market these properties to the commuter who is looking to save a bit of money on rent and wants some more space, Westchester County provides a perfect opportunity to do so.
With interest rates seemingly on the rise and the price growth the way it has been, many people are forced to rent, coming up with a 20% down payment is not as easy for homebuyers as it once was.