Senior housing may replace Rye Brook office building

TRD New York /
Oct.October 11, 2017 05:49 PM

A mostly vacant office building may make way for new senior housing in Rye Brook. A developer has filed plans to demolish 900 King Street, a 215,000-square-foot, three-story building where sole tenant Greenwich Hospital has its administrative offices, according to Westchester Business Journal. The building’s owner, Rye King Associates, an investment partnership led by Manhattan commercial real estate firm George Comfort & Sons, proposed building a senior housing campus consisting of a four-story structure with 160 two-bedroom apartments, 24 two- and three-bedroom townhouse units and about 85 units in a four-story assisted living facility. The townhouses and apartments would require at least one resident per unit to be 55 or older. The office building has been mostly vacant since Dr Pepper Snapple Group left in 2004. [WBJ]


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