Wednesday morning Briarcliff officials and developers donned hardhats and pushed shovels for a ceremonial ground-breaking at The Club at Briarcliff Manor.
Shown above are, from left to right: Briarcliff Manor Village Trustee Lori Sullivan; Charles Winter, president of Andron Construction, Briarcliff Mayor William Vescio; Matthew Phillips, chief executive office of Integrated Development Group; and architects John Sullivan from Sullivan Architecture and Rich Rosen from Perkins Eastman.
The project is one of the largest residential developmentsto be started of late in Westchester County and is estimated to cost $350 million. The location, 25 Scarborough Road, is 59 acres and the site of the former Briarcliff Lodge and King’s College. The Club at Briarcliff Manor will be a fee-for-service Continuing Care Retirement Community that will feature 325 independent living residences, amenities and services, and a 60-unit Supportive Living Center with skilled nursing and support care.
Read more in The Journal News/Lohud.com today.
For even more information check out the Web site for the development which has a schematic drawing of the project and the whole marketing plan. A temporary office is on Pleasantville Road in Briarcliff Village’s business district.
(Photo by Barbara Nackman/The Journal News)