The Moderne Condominiums in Saratoga Springs by Bonacio Construction; designed by Design Logic Architects, PC

November 03, 2020 - Upstate New York

Saratoga Springs, NY Bonacio Construction, Inc. is introducing a new project in the city, The Moderne Condominiums. The two- and three-bedroom condos and penthouses are located at 128 Henry St. 

The building features a curated art collection in the main lobby, floor to ceiling glass, common rooftop lounge space with grill, and innovative smart technology in every unit. The timing is right for a maintenance-free condominium living experience with a distinctive contemporary design that reminds its residents of the city but provides a warm, hometown feel. 

The Moderne offers floor plans ranging from 1,632 s/f to 2,273 s/f. These condominiums feature many amenities such as secured keyless entry with video intercom, quartz counters with waterfall edge, stainless steel appliances and tile backsplashes. All floor plans include covered loggia. Selected penthouse units are two story and include second covered loggia, private rooftop patio and a second parking spot. 

The building was designed by Design Logic Architects, PC with the site design by The LA Group. Julie & Co. Realty, LLC is handling leasing.

Occupancy is slated for Fall 2021.

Bonacio Construction is a full-service general contractor and real estate development firm. They are privately owned and operated with an outstanding reputation for quality, on-time completion and client satisfaction. Their projects range in size and scope and include custom homes, commercial construction, construction management, remodeling, and historic renovations and everything in between.

Bonacio is an established team of over 200 professionals and artisans with vertically integrated ownership of multiple subcontractor specialties. When clients choose Bonacio Construction, they’re partnering with a family-owned company of experienced builders. They’ve spent over 30 years perfecting a unique process that provides efficiency, dependability, and clarity.

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