Meet the ‘CoHaus’: N.Y. developer unveils large-scale flats concept for boomers, Gen Xers

With its new CoHaus development, Ward Capital Management is betting on baby boomers downsizing and Gen Xers upsizing. 

July 11, 2018 |
Meet the ‘CoHaus’: N.Y. developer unveils large-scale flats concept for boomers, Gen Xers

The concept, called Condominium Haus (or “CoHaus”), involves building six large-scale, for-sale, single-family flat residences across three buildings. Photos: Ward Capital Management

Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.-based multifamily, retail, and hotel developer Ward Capital Management unveiled a hybrid multifamily/single-family project near downtown New Rochelle, N.Y. 

Aimed at baby boomers who are looking to downsize and Gen Xers looking to upsize, the new Maple Avenue Residences complex combines single-family living with a maintenance-free condominium lifestyle. 

The concept, called Condominium Haus (or “CoHaus”), involves building six large-scale, for-sale, single-family flat residences across three buildings. Architect William Alicea designed the complex.  

 

 

Residences range in size from 2,307 to 3,000 sf of living space and include: individual balconies, private garages, and storage rooms. Select units feature a private driveway and a rear yard that is maintained by the condo association. 

Two configurations: four-bedroom, three-bath units; and three-bedroom, three-bath units with an office and separate entrance. All units feature nine-foot ceilings, a greenhouse off the kitchen, butler pantry, private study, and laundry room.

The units range in price from $990,000 to $1.2 million.

 

 


Second-floor plan - click to enlarge

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