Brokers Get Exclusive Preview of New Furnished Model Penthouse at The Residences at Ritz-Carlton
Real Estate In-Depth | February 17, 2016
WHITE PLAINS—More than 100 of the top real estate brokers in the Lower Hudson Valley were on hand for a reception showcasing a newly furnished model penthouse at The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton Westchester II.
The reception, held on Jan. 27, gave area residential brokers an exclusive look at one of the spacious residences at the luxury high-rise condominium, which is located at 5 Renaissance Square in the heart of downtown White Plains.
“We are delighted by the tremendous response we received from the residential brokerage community to our new model penthouse. Everyone was very impressed by the exquisite design, luxurious finishes and the breathtaking views. The Residences at the Ritz-Carlton Westchester II is clearly the height of luxury living in Westchester,“ said Nancy Kennedy of Houlihan Lawrence, who is managing sales for the condominum tower.
Laurie Messman of Two Blu Ducks handled the interior design for the model unit, which showed off the striking, luxury features available to prospective buyers. Those features include full-height, wall-to-wall windows; 9-foot to 11-foot tall ceilings; walnut hardwood floors with satin finish; stainless steel Viking appliances; Andrea Beige or Statuary White marble baths; and spacious closets.
Building-wide amenities at The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton Westchester II include concierge service; a glass-enclosed pool for year-round swimming; two outdoor terraces; a full-service spa and salon; a well-equipped fitness center; a large resident lounge; a private media screening room; jitney service to White Plains’ Metro-North station; and exceptional dining and full catering services available through The Ritz-Carlton, Westchester. In-room dining and housekeeping services are also available.
There are 33 available units and 12 floor plan options. The units range in square footage from 1,489 to 5,400 and in price from $960,000 to $4.5 million.
Photo Caption: From left, L to R: Margaret Harrington, Douglas Elliman, Katonah; Paul Sarlo, Douglas Elliman, Scarsdale; Nancy Kennedy, Houlihan Lawrence, Croton-on-Hudson; and Paul Kennedy, Houlihan Lawrence, Croton-on-Hudson.