Ridgewood Real Estate Partners is proposing to transform the former Elmwood Country Club into a community of 175 age-restricted townhomes for 55-and-over residents. Approximately 14 acres of the site will be donated to the Town of Greenburgh by Ridgewood Real Estate Partners, which is prepared to invest to outfit the expanded park with two baseball/softball fields and a regulation-size field that could be used for soccer or football, meeting the town’s significant need for space to accommodate outdoor sports and activities.
Transformation Meets Preservation
Ridgewood Real Estate Partners wants to transform what is currently an underutilized property into a community that not only meets Westchester County’s need for active adult housing, but also preserves 44 acres of open space and provides recreational opportunities. If approved, Elmwood Preserve would comprise a collection of residences featuring first-floor master suites, and would feature amenities such as a residents’ clubhouse, swimming pool and tennis courts, as well as a pedestrian trail open to the public that would connect with the potential extension of East Rumbrook Park.
What is Active Adult Housing?
Housing and demographic data shows a strong demand in Westchester County for active adult lifestyle communities – residential developments that cater to individuals who are over the age of 55, but desire an active and maintenance-free lifestyle.
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