The new owners of Audubon Manor, a 75-unit apartment community in downtown Ossining on Wolden Road, have announced that renovations have been made to many units and that more work will be done as apartments become available and vacant.
Since purchasing the property in July 2012 the developer, Solomon Organization LLC, says it has made major improvements to the studio, one- and two-bedroom apartment townhomes. This includes kitchens with new cherry wood cabinets and appliances, renovated bathrooms and newly-installed hardwood floors.
The apartments, explains Sean Depew, managing director of the Solomon Organization, have large closets, private balconies and patios and many have private garage spaces.
“Our residents can get the space, finishes and amenities in Ossining that they only dreamed of having while living in a much smaller space in Manhattan,” Depew said. “It’s a great value in a nice community which is what attracted us to it in the first place.”
Solomon purchased the complex in 2012. In addition to complexes in New York—Hudson Valley, Capital and Ithaca regions—it has properties in New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania.
Two months later it also acquired Waterview on the Hudson on Cedar Lane in Ossining. Earlier it purchased Cortlandt Ridge on Van Cordlandt Avenue. Both of these properties are off Route 9.
For information on available units at Audubon, call 914-236-5000 or go to www.AudubonManorApts.com