PORT CHESTER, N.Y. – Visitors will be dining on gourmet treats and ogling luxury cars at the grand opening of Port Chester’s newest high-end apartment complex this week.
Mayor Dennis G. Pilla and other notable locals are expected to be on hand for the official ribbon-cutting at The Light House at 120 North Pearl St. Wednesday, Jan. 18.
County Executive Rob Astorino was invited but, as of Thursday, had not confirmed that he will be able to attend.
The public event is set for 4-7 p.m.
Local restaurants will be showcasing some of their food and drink and BMW will be parking some of their latest models out front.
Realtor Lynne Zappia, of Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty, said builder David Mann has also completed three similar rental complexes in White Plains within the last two years: La Gianna at 10 Dekalb Ave.; The Dylan, 42 Walter Ave.; and The Reed, 115 North Broadway.
The Westchester real-estate mogul’s Port Chester project has 50 units and loads of amenities such as hardwood laminate floors, quartz countertops, tiled bathrooms, steel appliances and washer/dryers.
Studio apartments at the new building start at $2,100 a month, while one-bedroom units go for $2,400 a month, one-bedroom units with den, $2,650, and two-bedrooms, $3,100.
Other perks include: a coffee station, a “backyard oasis” with a barbecue, bar, pergola and lounge area, free WiFi in the lobby, an “electronic concierge,” and a pool with a waterfall.
And if residents ever feel the need to leave such luxurious surroundings, they can walk to the train station, go to the movies, catch a performance at The Capitol Theater (It was designed by architect Thomas W. Lamb and built in 1926), or dine in nearby restaurants such as Bar Taco, Saltaire and Agui Es Santa Fe Café.
For more information about The Light House, contact BHG Rand Realty by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling (914) 584-9362.
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