The Richardson, new, exclusive residences located in Tarrytown, opened up applications for its 27 rental units last week.
Located at 3215 Exposition Boulevard, the complex offers the unique feature of having no stairs—only elevators to and from its underground parking—something that will no doubt appeal to those wishing to downsize and transition from home ownership.
Designed by prolific, Austin-based architectural firm Dick Clark + Associates and developed by Burlington Ventures (also locally based), the Richardson at Tarrytown offers one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans ranging from 1,209 to 2,957 square feet, priced from $3,300 to $8,800 per month.
Burlington will also manage the boutique property, on which Big Red Dog Engineering, HOAR Construction, Coleman & Associates Landscape Architecture, and Yellow Door Design collaborated. Units have open-floor designs with floor-to-ceiling windows opening on to private balconies, solar shades, hardwood and custom tile flooring and custom kitchens—most with quartz countertops, wine refrigerators, and full-size washers and dryers.
The kind of shared amenities and lush landscaping expected of luxury residences will be present in abundance. In addition, the buildings were engineered with cast-in-place concrete construction, floor plates, and high-density wall insulation to reduce noise transfer dramatically. The apartments also have numerous energy-efficiency features.
Residents will have a climate-controlled, limited-access parking garage with high-speed roller doors, an electric vehicle charging station, a mud room with integrated dog-wash station, and direct elevator access to all floors from the garage. Climate-controlled wine cellars and secure bike storage are among some of its optional amenities.
The Richardson is expected to be available for move-in this summer.