On Sunday, October 4th, Team WatermarkPointe, which included residents, friends, and families of one of New Rochelle’s newest communities, participated in this year’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s. We are proud to have raised $4,863 to advance the care, support, and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association.
Acoustic design is executed to the highest level at this luxury development on Long Island Sound.
BY STEVE HAAS AND JERRY BERMINGHAM
Sourced from Technology Designer Magazine
EVERY HOME IS PRONE TO SOME types of audible disturbances. Be it a neighbor mowing the lawn at the crack of dawn or someone clanging pans in the kitchen during a movie, uncontrollable sound can throw a monkey wrench into our quest for peace and quiet. The issue can become even more problematic for occupants of condos and apartments. Built closely together, the residences of multi-dwelling units (MDUs) can be impacted by noise from nearby neighbors, someone walking across the floor in the condo above, a stereo system from an adjacent unit, or lively conversation in the unit below. There’s also outdoor noise to contend with caused by lawn and maintenance crews, incoming and outgoing traffic, sidewalk conversations (at all hours), weekly trash pickup and more.
The City of New Rochelle and developers have launched a new meal program to help the city’s most vulnerable residents with food during the new coronavirus crisis and to support restaurants impacted by state-mandated closing. “NourishALL,” which sounds similar to New Rochelle, will provide people served by major community-based organizations with gift cards from local restaurants.
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New Rochelle’s growing downtown is not the only area that developers have set their sights on: now, National Realty and Development Corp (NRDC) has been under construction at 700 Davenport Avenue with the 14-acre, $100 million, upscale 72-unit Watermark Pointe condominiums. The site features nine low-rise, eight-unit residential buildings, as well as a clubhouse and gatehouse. The area had previously been the home of the well known Beckwith Pointe Club, a beach club and catering hall, since 1986. New Rochelle has nine miles of extensive coastline and Watermark Pointe is at the tip of a secluded peninsula on Long Island Sound. The complex will be ideal for residents as it is next to beaches and just thirty minutes from Manhattan. The developments have, as predicted, sold quickly with only ten units remaining.
Residents have been moving in to their new condominiums at WatermarkPointe in New Rochelle, even as construction continues at the 14.7-acre gated community on the site of the former Beckwith Pointe beach club.READ MORE >
Exclusive, ‘vacation-style’ property has only 11 condos remaining
National Realty & Development Corp.(NRDC)is in the final phase of construction at WatermarkPointe, a luxury condominium community in a spectacular waterfront location with panoramic views of the majestic Long Island Sound. Work is underway, with only 11 remaining homes priced from $1.83 million costing an estimated $100 million dollars to develop.READ MORE >
Westchester based real estate firm National Realty & Development Corp. (NRDC) has teamed up with Bilotta Kitchen and Home to offer a unique custom interior build experience to WatermarkPointe’s beachfront residents in New Rochelle.
An incredible, resort-style lifestyle with unparalleled amenities can be found at WatermarkPointe luxury condos Westchester. There are also an abundance of activities to do nearby. WatermarkPointe discusses seasonal excursions that are all close to home.
Visit NYC. From the holiday tree lighting to ice skating in central park, there is no shortage of seasonal activities just a train ride away. A Broadway show is always an exciting way to take in some of the magic of NYC. This time of year, the Rockettes are in full swing (or kick) as they perform holiday classics in the Christmas Spectacular. It is truly a must-see!
Indulge in some iconic shopping. Westchester is home to an 890,000-square-foot, shopping center just a short car ride away! This center is a work of art—with sky lighting above marble and carpeted floors below, combined with commissioned sculptures and a diverse array of eateries to satisfy any palate. Get your holiday shopping done at stores such as Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Crate & Barrel, Tiffany & Co., and Burberry then head home and warm up and unwind in front of the warm fireplace.
A trip to a museum. There are a variety of historical museums within driving distance. The Hammond Museum features Japanese art that emulates the intersection of Eastern and Western cultures. Additionally, one of the greatest botanical gardens in the world can be seen at the New York Botanical Garden, which is now a National Historic Landmark. Museum visits are the perfect indoor activity for those colder days.
Take some outdoor adventures. If you love the outdoors in winter, you can visit the Sculpture Garden in Purchase, NY—a collection of 45 pieces of outdoor sculpture from major modern sculptors including Alexander Calder, Henry Moore, Auguste Rodin, and Alberto Giacometti, located on grounds of the Pepsi Co headquarters. Spend some time closer to home on the winding walking paths that surround WatermarkPointe. Spectacular Long Island Sound views abound from the trail, where you can get your fix of fresh air while exploring your new home. Stop by the gazebo to take in a sunset view, and if you’re in the mood, enjoy a winter cocktail on the terrace.
WatermarkPointe is pleased to announce the reveal of its sponsored mural “Harmony by the Sea” at the NRNY Artsy Murals held this past Saturday at 134 North Avenue in New Rochelle. During the month of October, prominent street artists from all around the world colored downtown New Rochelle to create 8 spectacular murals.