213-unit resi project by Chinese developer debuts in Yonkers

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Representatives from Strategic Capital and Yonkers officials gathered in the city last week for a ribbon-cutting at the River Club at Hudson Park, a 213-unit luxury rental building, the Daily Voice Plus reported. Strategic Capital is the investment arm of China Construction America, itself a unit of Chinese construction giant China State Construction Engineering Corporation. The River Club’s official opening was hailed by the Chinese state-run news agency Xinhua as a sign of U.S.-China cooperation at a time of heightened trade and tariff tensions between both countries. The River Club, located at 63 Wells Avenue, overlooks the Hudson River and began leasing earlier this year. Studio, one- and two-bedroom units are asking between $1,720 to $2,870 a month. The River Club is just one of several residential projects to debut this spring in Westchester County. The DVP also reported that a luxury senior living facility dubbed the Club at Briarcliff Manor is poised to open its doors to residents within the next few weeks. And in Mamaroneck, the Mason M.V.S. complex, which includes 96 rental apartments and four rental townhouses, has begun leasing as well, LoHud reported. Fifteen units in that complex are already occupied, according to the outlet, which also noted the recent opening of Stratus on Hudson, a 74-unit luxury apartment complex in Yonkers[DVP]