Two new luxury apartment complexes leasing in Yonkers

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Dec.December 12, 2018 06:36 PM

Prospective tenants can now rent apartments at two new residential developments in downtown Yonkers. The River Club at Hudson Park, located at 1 Alexander Street, and Sawyer Place, a two-tower complex at 55 Main Street, have started leasing, LoHud reported. The former has a rooftop bar and an indoor swimming pool that overlooks the Hudson, while the latter has a terrace with an outdoor movie projection screen, a fitness center and a billiards room. Rents at Sawyer Place start at $1,805 per month for a studio, while rents at the River Club start at $1,720 for a studio. The developments are two of four new apartment complexes that have opened in downtown Yonkers this year, according to LoHud. RXR Realty is behind the Sawyer Place development, one formerly known as Larkin Plaza, while developer Strategic Capital recently began leasing at the River Club, which is managed by Greystar Real Estate Partners. [LoHud]


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