Elk Homes begin leasing Colonial Court residences in Pelham

June 04, 2019 - Front Section

Pelham, NY Elk Homes, a developer of rental and multifamily housing, has started leasing for Colonial Court, its new 16-unit luxury residence. 

Elk Homes, which recently completed the final floor and roof of the four-story building, also revealed that Colonial Court will be ready for occupancy in August. The unit mix includes two-bedrooms plus den,  three-bedroom, three-bath apartments, and one large one-bedroom plus den. Located at 8 Blvd. West, Colonial Court will offer chef’s kitchens with appliances by Viking, spa marble baths, walk-in closets, private terraces and high-end finishes throughout. The penthouses residences will have 11-ft. ceilings and fireplaces.

“We are very pleased to be nearing completion of this exciting new luxury development, which is the first of its kind in the Village in decades. Colonial Court will bring new energy to the downtown and help drive the revitalization of Pelham,” said Gary Hirsch, chairman of Elk Homes. 

Amenities will include a pet spa, full fitness center and a rooftop terrace with breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline. All residences will have large windows for natural light.

“Based on the initial interest we’ve received for Colonial Court, we anticipate strong leasing activity over the next few months. We are also pleased to announce our new partnership with Julia Fee Sotheby’s as exclusive listing agent for the building,” Hirsch said. 

Holly Mellstrom of Julia Fee Sotheby’s said, “We have seen strong demand for professionally managed, large luxury rental units for a long time in Pelham and until now, we didn’t have anything to offer that market. What an exciting development for the town!”

Building on the growing demand for transit-oriented developments, Colonial Court is close to the Metro-North train station, the Picture House, Pelham Public Library, fine restaurants and Wolfs Lane Park.

Colonial Court continues Elk Homes tradition of quality residential developments. 

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