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New Construction: The Solaria in Riverdale

The Solaria is the tallest building in Riverdale. The sleek 20-story, 65-unit Solaria offers floor-to-ceiling glass apartments, most with balconies.

Rising high above the cityscape, most residences feature oversized balconies that graciously expand private living areas and offer breathtaking views from sunrise to sunset. Awe-inspiring protected vistas including the Hudson River, Palisades, George Washington Bridge, Long Island Sound, Van Cortland Park and Manhattan.

Solaria’s kitchens are stylishly efficient and stunningly appointed with spacious cherry wood cabinetry, granite countertops and top-of-the-line Viking, Fisher & Paykel, and Dacor appliances. Storage and countertop space are abundant. Each kitchen has an operable window through which sunlight streams in.

Master Baths are posh and inviting, with Jerusalem stone walls and floors, stone countertops and cherry wood vanities with dual sinks, Toto toilets and radiant-heated floors. Luxuriate in the deep, Zuma soaking tub or frameless glass-enclosed shower. Provide your children or guests with complete privacy because every bedroom was designed to have a dedicated bathroom. Abated taxes and low Common Charges complete the package at Solaria.

The building offers Manhattan quality in Riverdale. Riverdale once NYC's best-kept secret has quality public schools for students from kindergarten to 12th grade; parks; and convenient transportation to Manhattan by bus, subway, and commuter rail. Riverdale has many stately castle-like homes and the neighborhood has elite private schools including Fieldston, Riverdale Country School, and Horace Mann.

One, two, three, and four bedrooms units are available starting at $660,000. Please contact me to schedule an appointment or click here to receive available listings.

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