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GDC Celebrates Grand Opening of  Newest Hudson River Development

Congratulations to BCW Member Ginsburg Development Companies (GDC) on the Grand Opening Thursday of its latest luxury development along the Hudson River – Admirals Cove in Haverstraw. Set on a peninsula with water on three sides and a private marina, Admirals Cove features 245 luxury apartments in four boutique-scaled buildings each with its own elegant lobby, fitness center and two community club lounges.

The buildings, which feature waterfront-inspired architecture and interiors designed with a coastal vibe, are set along a spectacular waterfront promenade with monumental sculptures and spectacular views of the Hudson River to the east and High Tor Mountain to the west. The studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom apartments range from 495 square feet to 1,280 square feet with monthly rents ranging from $2,195 to $5,295.

Amenities include a seasonal swimming pool, cabana, sundeck, fire pit, BBQ and children’s playground, kayak launch, Zen garden and a future waterfront restaurant, and a commuter ferry to Metro-North Railroad across the Hudson in Ossining.

“Today is an exciting moment more than 20 years in the making as GDC opens the final phase of its redevelopment of the Haverstraw waterfront,” said GDC Principal Martin Ginsburg. “And although this marks the successful completion of GDC’s residential development, we will continue to move forward with the construction of a spectacular waterfront restaurant and the extension of the waterfront park and sculpture trail, which will one day connect to the downtown, which has always been the shared vision of GDC and the Village,” he added.

Officials attending the event included Rockland County Executive Ed Day and Haverstraw Village Mayor Michael Kohut. “GDC has worked for years with the County, Town, and Village, school district and local labor to bring this vision for the Hudson River waterfront to life. It is truly exciting to see this new residential community open at the same time the Village is redeveloping so much of their downtown,” said County Executive Day.

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