The Yonkers Industrial Development Agency (IDA) has approved five new residential and commercial developments across the waterfront city. The developments are projected to create more than 600 construction jobs and over 300 apartments, including affordable housing for low-income seniors.
Developers and state officials recently joined to celebrate the grand opening of Landy Court, an 80-unit residential property with a mix of affordable and supportive housing units in Yonkers. The seven-story building was developed in collaboration by St. Joseph’s Medical Center and Concern Housing, Inc., a non-profit housing agency.
Extell Development has broken ground on Hudson Piers, a $585 million project that will rank among the largest mixed-use developments in Westchester. Located on the Hudson River waterfront in Yonkers, Hudson Piers will yield a mix of market-rate housing, affordable apartments, and retail space, and will be completed in multiple phases over a six-year period.
Construction is now underway at 57 Alexander Street, a new seven-story residential development in Yonkers. The property is the latest development by Rose Associates in the area and will comprise 440 rental apartments with at least 10 percent designated as affordable housing units.
Renderings from INOA Architecture reveal The Miroza Tower, a 25-story residential building at 44 Hudson Street in downtown Yonkers. When complete, the tower will introduce 250 rentals with a collection of amenity spaces and a small commercial component on the ground floor.