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The 92-unit, luxury condominium complex in Westchester County is the first of its kind for the upscale hotel chain.
After a delay due to the pandemic, the St. Regis Residences, Rye, officially opened in July. The 92-unit, luxury condominium complex is the world’s first St. Regis Residences without a hotel attached.
“We had a shutdown of almost four months,” said Alan Weissman, principal of Alfred Weissman Real Estate, the property’s developer. “We’re very excited to have people finally moving into their homes.”
The St. Regis Residences, Rye, is located on seven landscaped acres and offers one-to four-bedroom residences, starting at more than $1 million and up to nearly $5 million, in five interconnected buildings. The development is packed with luxurious features, such as gated entrances, manicured gardens, and a large central courtyard with numerous lounge areas.
A minimum of one resident per home must be at least 55 years old. The complex is attracting buyers from the neighboring areas, including Larchmont, Scarsdale, Mamaroneck, and Greenwich.
“We’re getting people buying homes who may have moved out of the area, to Florida for instance, but they want to come back,” Weissman says. “We’re also attracting buyers relocating from the city and others coming in from Arizona and Texas who want to be in the area.”
Features include expansive windows, gas fireplaces, and nine-plus-foot ceilings. Five-fixture master bathrooms include European oak vanities with marble countertops and fixtures by Kohler and Kaldewei. Every kitchen has an island, wine cooler, two sinks, Sub-Zero refrigerator, Wolf oven and stove, and Cove dishwasher.
Services at the upscale development include butler service, a 24-hour concierge, full-time property management, valet parking, package and mail delivery, and doorman and porter services.
Among the other amenities are a large fitness center with exercise studio; a 50-foot indoor pool and whirlpool spa; a 15-seat theater-style screening room; and a selection of lounges, including The Cognac Room, where residents can gather to watch events on a large-screen TV or play pool.
Two St. Regis-designed, hotel-style suites will be available for use by guests of residents.