Rechler Equity Partners celebrates opens new residential building at 60 Greybarn Ln., Amityville

July 07, 2020 - Long Island
Shown (from left) are: Babylon councilman Terry McSweeney, Mitchell Rechler, county executive Steve Bellone, Gregg Rechler, Suffolk County legislator Jason Richberg, assemblywoman Kimberly Jean-Pierre, Babylon councilman Anthony Manetta, and Babylon councilman DuWayne Gregory. 

Amityville, NY Greybarn, Long Island’s premier rental community, continues to prove itself as the go-to housing destination for millennials, empty nesters and everyone in between. According to Greybarn, new luxury residential building, 60 Greybarn Ln., is now open and has started leasing. The grand opening for new one- and two- bedroom units has been much anticipated, as the community currently maintains a 95 percent occupancy rate. To celebrate the building’s opening and further support Greybarn’s mission to build community, a $250 donation will be made to Island Harvest with each new resident signing a lease, throughout the development, through Sept. 15th.

“Considering that the demand for the Greybarn lifestyle has been increasing week after week, we couldn’t have finished 60 Greybarn Lane soon enough,” said Mitchell Rechler, co-managing partner of Rechler Equity Partners. “We’re excited to introduce this additional building that comes with added amenities, exclusive to 60 Greybarn, and proud that its opening will support Island Harvest who does such great work within the Amityville community.”

Mitchell Rechler (left) and Gregg Rechler (right),co-managing partners of Rechler Equity Partners present Randi Shubin Dresner, President and CEO of Island Harvest, with a donation check of $4,500 for new apartment leases signed since May 15. The donation program will continue through September 15.

Greybarn prides itself on building an environment that supports its residents as well as the surrounding community. Given the hard times many in the surrounding area have experienced due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Greybarn’s management team partnered up with Island Harvest to give back. Between May 15th and Sept. 15th, for every new resident lease signed at the Greybarn community, $250 will be donated to the charitable organization to help fund their work throughout the area.

“On behalf of our neighbors struggling to feed their families, we thank Rechler Equity Partners and the Greybarn community for their caring and generosity,” said Randi Shubin Dresner, president, and CEO, Island Harvest Food Bank. “It’s good to know that we have such fantastic support in helping us address the critical issue of hunger and food insecurity on Long Island.”

60 Greybarn Ln., and 70 Greybarn, once it opens in September will collectively add 56 one-bedroom units and 74 two-bedroom units, bringing the community’s total number of dwellings to 455. 

“Greybarn’s newest amenities reflect the wants and needs of our current and future residents,” Gregg Rechler, co-managing of Rechler Equity Partners. “Greybarn’s reputation wasn’t built solely by its high-quality living spaces. The diversity of amenities and engaging communal spaces foster a sense of community that so many people are seeking and this has been responsible for much of Greybarn’s success.”

In addition to the added housing stock, 60 Greybarn Ln. arrives with a host of new amenities and features for residents, which includes access to new co-working spaces that provide exclusive office amenities steps from the residents’ home.

The new units also offer smart technology packages that provides smart outlets synced to an Amazon Echo allowing for voice-activated electrical fixtures. The technology packages also include a Samsung, 50 inch, 4K smart TV. Lastly, due to popular demand, a second bark park has been added to the dog-friendly community and residents of 60 Greybarn will enjoy an additional game room.

Not just a place to live, Greybarn continuously aims to bring its residents together by offering opportunities and experiences for residents to connect. Making the most out of a host of amenities, Greybarn staff members routinely plan free events, such as cooking demonstrations, exercise classes and movie nights. To help support its residents within the business community, Greybarn also created a resident business group that provides new opportunities to network and exchange ideas.



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