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KINGS Capital Construction Celebrates Grand Opening of Luxury Bronxville Condos

From left, Bronxville Mayor Mary Marvin, JD Summa, and Village Trustee Mary Taylor Behrens

Congratulations to BCW Member KINGS Capital Construction which celebrated the grand opening last week of 100 Pondfield Road, an 11-unit luxury condominium located in the heart of downtown Bronxville.

“I am proud to unveil 100 Pondfield Road, which is the first of many developments to come, projects in New Rochelle and Armonk are currently in planning for 2023 starts,” said JD Summa, CEO, of KINGS Capital Construction. “It has been rewarding to transform a warehouse into this 11-unit luxury condominium building which will positively impact the Bronxville community.”

Beautifully planned two-bedroom and three-bedroom residences feature oversized windows, tall ceilings, and exquisite wide-plank European white oak engineered flooring. Open kitchens offer custom cabinetry trimmed with quartz counters and  backsplashes and porcelain farm sinks. Additionally furnished with upscale stainless steel appliances, including a Viking refrigerator, cooktop, wall oven, dishwasher, and built-in microwave by Bosch. In-unit LG washer-dryers make laundry day effortless, while Frigidaire wine refrigerators keep all wines at the perfect temperature.

Amenities in the pet-friendly building include an intercom entry, a large lobby and package room, a fitness room, an on-site co-working space, a bike room, an elevator, trash chute/recycling rooms on each floor, and one garage parking spot per unit.

“Quality of life and convenience is something that is being heavily prioritized these days,” said Andrea Braunstein, real estate agent, at Compass. “100 Pondfield Road’s location in the heart of Bronxville’s downtown makes it a unique property for those that crave convenience. Top-rated schools, shops, and restaurants are all within walking distance. Plus, its close proximity to NYC makes it an attractive option for commuters.”

Among the dignitaries attending the ribbon-cutting ceremony were Bronxville Mayor Mary Marvin.

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