Colonial Court Luxury Residences to Launch Leasing in Pelham, New York

Rendering of Colonial Court - Elk HomesRendering of Colonial Court - Elk Homes

Rye-based developer Elk Homes has announced an official launch date for its most recent residential development in Pelham, New York. Located in Westchester County, Colonial Court’s 16 rental units will hit the market on May 31st, with occupancy expected by August of this year.

“We are very pleased to be nearing completion of this exciting new luxury development which is the first of its kind in the Village in decades. Colonial Court will bring new energy to the downtown and help drive the revitalization of Pelham,” said Gary Hirsch, Chairman of Elk Homes. “Based on the initial interest we’ve received for Colonial Court, we anticipate strong leasing activity over the next few months.”

Rentals will be priced beginning at $3,700 for a one-bedroom unit, up to $6,200 for three-bedroom accommodations. Apartments range from 1,600 to 2,000 square feet, in addition to a luxe penthouse unit with fireplaces and 11-foot-high ceiling spans. Residential amenities include a pet spa, a fitness center, and an outdoor roof-level terrace.

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2 Comments on "Colonial Court Luxury Residences to Launch Leasing in Pelham, New York"

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