Developer proposes Ossining rental building for empty-nesters seeking ‘simplified lifestyle’

TRD New York /
Aug.August 16, 2018 11:12 AM

Glen Vetromile of Glenco Group hopes to build a 188-unit rental building called River Knoll on a 18-acre site in Ossining, LoHud reported. The development, which is intended to target seniors, would include one- and two-bedroom apartments, along with a fitness center, a dog spa and a community room. The developer plans to offer 169 of the units at market rate, with the remaining 19 offered as affordable apartments. In order for the project to proceed, the area must win a zoning change that permits rental properties. “We think first and foremost that it will be very appealing to an empty-nester because there is actually very little planned projects in the county” for that demographic, Vetromile told the outlet. [LoHud]

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