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Marsha Gordon Attends Groundbreaking for The St. Regis Residences Rye

Marsha Gordon, President and CEO of the Business Council of Westchester, recently joined Alfred Weissman Real Estate (AWRE) as they broke ground on The St. Regis Residences Rye, the world’s first St. Regis Residences property to operate without a hotel.

New York State, Westchester County and City of Rye officials joined executives from AWRE and Marriott International, owner of the iconic St. Regis hotel brand, to celebrate this exciting milestone and the official start of construction.

“This is really a transformative project for Rye and Westchester County,” Gordon said. “It shows that Rye is responding to changes in the market. People want to remain in this community, but they also want high-end places to live with great services and amenities.”

Situated on seven beautiful acres, The St. Regis Residences Rye will feature gated entrances, lushly manicured gardens and courtyards, walking paths, and heated underground parking.  Residents will enjoy more than 25,000 square feet of luxurious amenities that include an attended lobby, a fitness center and exercise studio, an indoor pool and wellness complex, numerous lounges and entertaining spaces, two suites for guests of residents and a fifteen-seat screening room. At the center of the community will be an impeccably landscaped courtyard – complete with lounge areas, water fountains and fire pits – where residents will be free to relax, entertain and socialize. Additionally, a host of luxurious services will be available to residents, meticulously delivered by a full-time St. Regis staff seeing to every detail.  These include full-time property management, valet parking, package and mail delivery, concierge services and doorman and porter services.

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