Wow those are fantastic proposals I really hope they choose B or C those would be best and if someone buys the parking lot across the street it will change the area beyond belief!
Construction Moves Forward at The Heathcote
Published on 12 October 2016
Written by Joanne Wallenstein
After a delay of several months, construction is now moving forward at The Heathcote, the new 14-unit 43,000 square foot residential development at the Five Corners in Scarsdale. John Malabre of the New York City-based construction management firm REDCOM CM is taking over as the new builder, with the development team of Steve Oder and Andrew and Fred Fish of 2-4 Weaver Street Owner Corp. as project developers.
Malabre brings more than 30 years of construction experience, including Manhattan projects such as The Lipstick Building, the expansion of the Grand Central PO, the construction of several SoHo and Tribeca lofts, renovations on Upper East Side townhouses, and managing the conversion of the Stanhope Hotel into condominiums with Extell Development. Additional projects have included 834 Fifth Avenue, The San Remo and The Beresford, as well as projects in the Hamptons. Current REDCOM CM projects in Manhattan and Brooklyn include $85 million in commercial developments as well as $25 million in hotels and Upper East Side condos.
Malabre commented that a great deal of progress has already been made on the Heathcote. “The steel work is complete, and we expect the model unit, lobby and the Weaver Street exterior elevation to be completed by year end,” he said. “The project will be completed by summer of 2017.”
Built on the site of the former Heathcote Tavern, the new residential construction project is the first of its kind in Scarsdale in over 60 years. Featuring large two- and three-bedroom apartments the building will have no age restrictions, offers access to Scarsdale schools and is pet friendly. Buyers will have the opportunity to incorporate their own design tastes and give input into choice of stone, kitchen and bath cabinetry, floor styles, lighting and millwork. Each unit will feature architectural details, bright expansive rooms with high ceilings, gas fireplaces and outdoor terraces. Buyers can choose from many optional upgrades such as “smart home” automation units, a multimedia home theater set up, paneled libraries, motorized shades, wine rooms as well as fully equipped outdoor kitchens in the penthouse apartments.
“We are excited to welcome John Malabre and REDCOM CM to this highly anticipated project, and have every confidence that the company’s vast experience in multi-residential luxury development makes them the perfect addition to the team,” said Dawn Knief.
Dawn Knief and Mary Katchis of Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty’s Scarsdale brokerage are representing the listings for sale, and are currently accepting reservations for private appointments to view the plans and options for customization.
See more at www.theheathcote.net.
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Anybody know what is getting done down the road from 55 banks street? I can see the building fr the train when passing the new 55 bank street development,. It’s totally stripped and either getting built or remodeled.
It’s getting remodeled into loft style appartments.
nice! 55 Bank St is coming along. I hope they will build taller towers after they choose a plan to redevelop the area around that station.
I agree, Yim. I want that pos Galleria to come down too!
If not the end of this Cycle then at the beginning of next, but here’s hoping we can get as much done in this cycle.
The Galleria is a cancer in downtown WP.
Nearby in Scarsdale
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This Can only be a Good thing.
The crappy Galleria should go too!
Do you know what’s planned for all of the vacant, one-story buildings on E Post Rd (near South Broadway)?
unfortunately not. Maybe i’ll snoop around one of these days.
I have a sinking suspicion that that who ever that property wants to acquire the building next door, to maximize the building potential but the IRS currently inhabits it and government agencies are notorious for being difficult when it comes to relocation. I’m surprised that the DMZ dose not pose a larger problem in the White Plains Mall development.
Hi all. New user here. Took this on Dec 25.
According to the banner, the new Bank St tower is named “continuum” and has a cheesy slogan “The World Revolves Around U”.
Webpage here: http://www.continuumwp.com
Welcome to the forum, black hole!