Photos courtesy of Howard Hanna Rand Realty.
The revitalization of the White Plains continues with a new plan to redevelop this abandoned senior building into a luxurious multi-functional apartment.
White Plains is set to gain a new gem in the downtown crown as the vacant senior residence prepares to be transformed into a 212-unit luxury residential complex.
John Beitel, CEO of the Beitel Group, explains: “We believe it is important to include a comprehensive and first-class service package to create a pleasant environment in all of our residential areas.” And it’s safe to say that the designs of the re-invented building at Lyon Place, 1, are overflowing with such amenities. Residents will sit in a luxurious setting with features such as a full-time concierge and doorman, an outdoor barbecue area, a health and fitness center, a games room, and more. Of course, the Beitel Group cannot forget man’s best friend, so while you relax by the outdoor pool, your puppy can pamper himself in the dog grooming area.
The Beitel Group hopes the development will succeed and bring refreshing energy to the city center while respecting the hard work of the city’s current residents. One element that hopes to achieve this goal will be a revolving art gallery inside One Lyon, which will feature exhibits from ArtWestchester with works by local artists.
There will be a total of 212 apartments in One Lyon, including studios, one and two bedroom apartments. Construction will begin immediately, with completion scheduled for late summer or early fall 2022.
While it is difficult to imagine the revival of a former nursing home into a luxury rental complex, Matthew Rand, CEO of the company Rand realty, who will exclusively represent the Beitel group for bringing this project to market, has nothing but faith in the future of One Lyon at 1 Lyon Place, as he feels that “this project will be a huge success and will help rebuild the community in the White Plains. abandoned for so many years. “