Construction is making headway on Waterstone of Westchester, an independent living community for senior citizens in White Plains. The development is located at 150 Bloomingdale Road in Westchester County will feature 132 residences, supportive services, and a number of amenities.
The development is expected to generate $500,000 a year in taxes and create 180 construction jobs and 40 full-time jobs. Waterstone of Westchester is also projected to boost economic development in the area.
“We are thrilled to welcome Waterstone of Westchester to its premiere location in downtown White Plains,” said Westchester County executive George Latimer. “This independent living community will serve a great need for our seniors, providing them with a beautiful facility filled with dozens of amenities, and the added benefit of home care services through VNS Westchester. The development will also bring a boost to the local economy, with the addition of $500,000 in taxes annually and nearly 200 construction jobs.”
Residences comprise of a mix of one-bedrooms, two-bedrooms, and two-bedroom plus den apartments. Unlike other senior living communities, Waterstone of Westchester is a rental property so there is less upfront financial commitment.
Amenities including a movie theater, fitness center, indoor pool, lobby bar, art studio, and salon. Residents will have access to a range of services including chauffeured car service, parking, and on-site concierge and dining. Additionally, access to home care services will be provided through an on-site partnership with VNS Westchester.
Waterstone of Westchester is set to open in early 2022. The welcome center is currently open and located at 15 Maple Avenue in White Plains.
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I’m so happy to know senior housing developments are going up. Thank you
Yes right?? This is senior living for wealthy seniors not seniors on a fixed income. Why are all senior apartments being built for them and not the low income seniors who need it more in a expensive city as White Plains?
I would like to know if my husband is considered a Senior? He is 60…