The sought-after development in Sleepy Hollow represents Westchester County by winning three 2021 gold awards at The Nationals.
Edge-on-Hudson, an innovative mixed-use, transit-oriented community in Sleepy Hollow — with homes built by national luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers — was honored in March with the Gold Award for 2021 MultiFamily Community of the Year. The Westchester County community received the honor at The Nationals, sponsored annually by the National Association of Home Builders. The Nationals are the largest and most prestigious award in North America for home communities and for their design, sales, and marketing professionals. Additionally, Edge-on-Hudson earned Gold Awards for Best Video and Best MultiFamily Model Home for The Carroll by Toll Brothers.
“We’re honored to receive the 2021 Gold Award from NAHB for ‘Community of the Year.’ We’re confident that Edge-on-Hudson will continue to drive economic growth and create community assets available to residents and visitors alike,” says Jonathan Stein, Founder Edge-on-Hudson’s PCD Development.
Edge-on-Hudson was selected from among nearly 1,000 entries due to its transit-oriented destination on the Hudson River’s edge. Construction began in 2016 on the nearly 70-acre site, set to include 1,177 units of housing, a 140-room boutique hotel, 135,000 square feet of retail space, and 35,000 square feet of office space, in addition to more than 16 acres of parkland.
“It has been very exciting to see the strong response from home buyers for our Brownstones and Lofts collections at Edge-on-Hudson, and for our model home in the community to earn this top national recognition,” says James Fitzpatrick, Division President for Toll Brothers. “Our luxury townhomes and condominiums are selling quickly within Edge-on-Hudson, and it’s a testament to the incredible lifestyle offered to home buyers along the Hudson River waterfront that is more appealing than ever.”
Edge-on-Hudson, led by Master Developers Biddle Real Estate Ventures (BREV) and PCD Development, LLC, has assembled a world-class team to execute its vision for the largest undeveloped waterfront site along the Hudson River in the New York metro area.
Jim Tinson, CEO/Partner of leading architect company, Hart Howerton, adds, “I think of Edge-on-Hudson as a gateway to the Hudson Valley, linking New York City to the south and the Palisades to the north. The architecture of the homes and apartments, as well as the landscape and streetscape, captures the contrast of an urban and natural setting.” Nicole Emmons, Design Principal on the assignment, says, “It’s the new model of urban living. The design transforms a former industrial site on the edge of the river into a place for people, for healthy living, with the convenience of urban amenities.”
During the past year, the first residents moved into townhomes by Toll Brothers at Edge-on-Hudson, as the initial completed Brownstones collection townhomes and the first Lofts condominium building fully sold out. Now, new townhomes, loft condominiums, and apartment rentals at Edge-on-Hudson are set to come to market later this year.