WatermarkPointe’s luxury condominiums provide residents with a stunning home in a remarkable location. Situated on a gated peninsula at the end of Davenport Neck in New Rochelle, these stunning homes offer breathtaking views of the Long Island Sound and convenient access to Manhattan. WatermarkPointe’s new residents will delight in spending days exploring their new hometown. Here are just some of the ways residents can get to know New Rochelle.
Delectable Dining Experiences. WatermarkPointe’s residents can spend an evening strolling the streets of downtown New Rochelle and stop in at one of the many incredible restaurants and cafes. With a diverse array of authentic cuisine to choose from, there is sure to be something for everyone’s palate. Pop’s Espresso Bar, R Café & Tea Boutique, and Joey’s Cannoli are the perfect spots for light lunch, coffee or dessert. Choose from longtime local favorites such as Alvin & Friends, Dubrovnik Restaurant, Patsy’s Pizzeria and Posto 22, as well as the newest additions to the downtown display, ranging from classic Croatian fare to homestyle Southern and Caribbean meals.
Hometown History. Nearly every stage of New Rochelle’s over 325-year history is evidenced in the downtown business district. WatermarkPointe residents can get to know the history of their new neighborhood with the History Hop self-guided mobile walking tour. With thirty-three History Hop Stops, identifiable by marked signs, those taking the tour visit online or scan a QR code to visit a page with a description of the historical site as well as photos, audio clips and more. Beginning at the New Rochelle Train Station where the first train roared in in 1848 and ending at the New Rochelle Public Library chartered in 1894, the city is teeming with a vibrant and rich history just waiting to be explored.
Outdoors & Local Parks. WatermarkPointe is the perfect home for those who enjoy spending time outdoors. It is easy to spend an afternoon meandering along the winding walking paths and ribbons of tranquil beach that envelope WatermarkPointe or to take a short drive over to Glen Island Park or Hudson Park. The 105-acre Glen Island Park is considered one of Westchester’s most unique gems, complete with sculptures, cannons, and even castles. There are many opportunities to get involved to support the cherished parks of New Rochelle. On Saturday April 28th the City of New Rochelle is teaming up with Volunteer New York! for a day of service to beautify Hudson Park. This cleanup project is open to all New Rochelle’s community interested in rolling up their sleeves for the day.
Join an Active Community. WatermarkPointe is much more than a magnificent home offering a resort-inspired lifestyle, it is also an active and participating member of New Rochelle. When living at WatermarkPointe, you are joining a community within the community. WatermarkPointe has partnered with organizations that provide an array of arts, music and cultural events throughout the year. The Summer Concert Series, New Rochelle Street Fair, Arts Fest and the New Rochelle Food Fest are just some of the ways to get out and meet New Rochelle residents.
Westchester builder National Realty & Development Corp. (NRDC) is excited to create a high-quality waterfront living on the shores of New Rochelle. With a hands-on approach, NRDC is fully dedicated to building communities that encompass a high-end residential lifestyle. The company has a long history in real estate and a diverse development portfolio which consists of residential, commercial, and retail projects throughout the Northeast.
Renderings and plans are available on WatermarkPointe’s website and on display in the onsite sales office. To learn more about WatermarkPointe, register now at watermarkpointe.com or call the sales office at (914) 235-5800 to make an appointment for a preview. The WatermarkPointe sales office is located at 698 Davenport Avenue, New Rochelle.