Yonkers, NY

Hudson Park
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Hudson Park was the first community in 30 years to be developed on Yonkers’ Hudson River. Prior to breaking ground, Collins formed a public-private partnership with the City of Yonkers that included municipal improvements. The 16-acre community is located just blocks from the Yonkers Metro North Train Station, which is a 25-minute commute to Grand Central Station. It’s also conveniently located near great shopping, restaurants and bars, museums, performing arts venues, and waterfront recreation. The three-phase project includes three mixed-used buildings: Hudson Park River Club, Hudson Park North and Hudson Park South.
Hudson Park River Club
Alexander Street
In 2015, Collins broke ground on a residential tower of 213 luxury apartments. With stunning views of the Palisades and the Manhattan skyline, the building is on a .23-acre parcel, rising 15 to 19 stories high. Amenities include a health club, an event space, a recreation area, and parking for 160 vehicles. The project must be completed by 2017 to take advantage of the New York State Brownfield’s Tax Credit Program, which reimburses up to 20% of the construction costs of the project. For this project, Collins has partnered with Strategic Capital and Berkshire Property Advisors.
Hudson Park North
1 Alexander Street
Completed in 2008, Hudson Park North was the second tower constructed at Hudson Park. It is home to 294 one- and two-bedroom luxury rental apartments and a host of building amenities. Collins partnered with Berkshire Property Advisors and Wells Fargo/Freddie Mac. Construction costs were $100 million.
Hudson Park South
1 Van Der Donck Street
The initial phase of the Collins’ redevelopment plan opened in the fall of 2003. Hudson Park South consists of 266 one- and two-bedroom rental apartments, along with 15,500 square feet of professional office and retail space. This joint venture development included Simpson Housing, LLC of Denver, CO, and Berkshire Property Advisors. Construction costs were $62 million.