It’s Resort Living 24/7
at the Harbors
It’s a Walk to the Ferry to the
Train to Grand Central
It’s Two and Three Bedroom Homes
in a Beautiful Elevator Building
Experience the Magic
White sails navigating the sparkling waters of the Hudson River is the spectacular setting for your new home. Whether gazing out your windows or standing on your patio or balcony… you will feel as if you are on a cruise ship as the ever-changing river flows by.
Step outside and walk along the Waterfront Promenade lined with monumental sculptures and stroll past beautifully landscaped streets and the Esperanza Fountain on your way to the Harbors Club with two swimming pools, a fitness center, spa treatment room, private cinema and a beautiful club lounge with billiards.
Nothing compares to life on the Waterfront at Harbors… elegant single-level living, expansive rooms, fine finishes and fixtures… all in an elevator building with a maintenance-free luxury rental lifestyle.
You won’t find anything quite like this in Nyack, Piermont or Tarrytown. Only the Waterfront at Harbors has it all!
The Waterfront Homes
The Waterfront homes are spacious and architecturally dramatic, with fine detailing and superb finishes.
The two and three bedroom homes in dramatic elevator buildings perfect for the active adult community have bright kitchens with water views, premium stainless steel appliances and granite countertops, designer bathrooms with Kohler fixtures, and wide plank floors in the living and dining rooms with unobstructed Hudson River views, plus a 2-way fireplace in the living/dining room.
Every residence has a waterfront balcony or patio, a private garage and dedicated outdoor space. There’s a direct entry from the garage to the lobby vestibule.
There are just 2 apartments on a floor. Just 8 one-level homes in each building. It’s maintenance-free luxury rental living. Relax and enjoy!
The Harbors Lifestyle
GDC has created a one-of-kind community where the Hudson River is at its widest and most majestic.
Waterfront residents will enjoy the unique Harbors Club which features two pools, a sundeck, a spectacular fitness center, indoor basketball court, a lounge and party room complete with bar and kitchen, plus a large cinema. There’s also the Harbors Café for breakfast, lunch, coffee and snacks.
The site is spectacular with High Tor Mountain as a backdrop and the land gradually descending into a flat plain ending at the banks of the Hudson.
True to its reputation, GDC has enhanced the community with park-like landscaping.
Just a short walk from your Waterfront home is the Ferry from the Harbors which whisks commuters to the Ossining train station for a quick trip to Manhattan, all in under 75 minutes.
The kayak launch is just around the corner and the Harbors Marina with open slips is also just a short walk from every Waterfront home. There is also a picturesque cycling trail.
Haverstraw and Nearby Communities
In 1609 Henry Hudson, sailing on the Half Moon looking for a Northwest passage, anchored in what is now Haverstraw Bay. The name Haverstraw is derived from the Dutch “Haverstrov” meaning “Oat Straw”, descriptive of the waving dry reeds of the river meadows. Haverstraw became a town in 1788.
Haverstraw is becoming known for great dining including popular restaurants such as Union Restaurant, Ocean Empire, Don Coqui, Hudson Water Club and many others. Main Street is bustling with a variety of ethnic cuisines on the menu.
Many of the historic late 19th and early 20th century Victorian mansions and the handsome bank buildings have been restored and are architectural treasures. Haverstraw has a rich history, gorgeous architecture, hip new industries and a growing artists community along with a new art gallery. Like Nyack, its neighbor to the south, Haverstraw is becoming a destination.
While dining in one of the excellent restaurants in Haverstraw, stop by the fascinating Brick Museum. Haverstraw was the brick-making capital of the Northeast. In fact, many New York City buildings constructed in the 19th and early 20th centuries were built of brick fabricated in Haverstraw.
The Waterfront at The Harbors luxury rentals are a one-of-a-kind offering. These extra-large new construction apartment homes in Rockland County represent the culmination of a decades-long effort to transform a neglected part of the Hudson waterfront into a gorgeous residential community with hundreds of residents, with wonderful indoor and outdoor amenities and amazing Hudson River views.
Although The Waterfront at The Harbors is uniquely situated directly on the banks of the Hudson River, it is also fortunate to be near a number of other great places where Harbors residents will certainly explore and enjoy. Listed below are a few of those places:
Nyack is a truly special town, which is just a few miles south of Harbors and is also on the Hudson. Nyack has it all – great restaurants, cafes, nightlife, The Rockland Center for the Arts, antique stores, lovely architecture, and of course, the Hudson River.
Nyack is located just north of the new Mario Cuomo Bridge, on the Rockland (west) side of the river. There are also waterfront condominiums in Nyack, although they are much older, of course. Some of the more popular destinations in Nyack include the Art Café, Hudson House and Strawberry Place for brunch. Nyack is just minutes away from Harbors, so get ready to spend some quality time there!
Piermont might be the very definition of a quaint little village. Located just south of Nyack, it is a very popular destination for cyclists during the warmer months. There are many cafes and restaurants in town as well as Tallman Mountain State Park. Piermont is home to many actors, and perhaps not coincidentally has been the site of filming for many movies and TV shows.
Piermont is also the home of a very large waterfront condominium called Piermont Landing, which was built in the 1980’s. Piermont is just a couple miles south of Nyack, so it’s also a place you will want to thoroughly check out – maybe even by bicycle! If you do bike to Piermont, you will want to grab a snack at Bunbury’s Coffee Shop, featuring delicious muffins. For something a little more substantial, try the Freelance Café and Wine Bar or Seasons of Piermont.
Just across the bridge in Westchester lies another well-known Hudson waterfront locale, the village of Tarrytown. Tarrytown also offers a plethora of restaurants of just about every variety, cafes, nightlife, and eclectic shops perfect for browsing on a summer weekend. It also has a lovely park along the river.
In addition, Hudson Harbor is a successful condominium in Westchester and is located along the waterfront, and in many ways is very similar to The Waterfront at The Harbors. Edge on Hudson is yet another waterfront condominium in Tarrytown. A stroll down Main Street will bring you to dozens of places with a diversity of ethnic offerings in all price ranges. Perhaps try one of them and then take in a concert at the Tarrytown Music Hall?
GDC and the Hudson
GDC has earned its reputation as the premier Hudson River developer. For over 50 years GDC has developed thousands of beautiful homes throughout New York, Connecticut and New Jersey. Among these extraordinary communities, GDC’s Hudson River sites have dramatically revitalized the waterfront on both sides of the River. GDC has also built active adult retirement communities in New York and Connecticut.
GDC homes have won numerous awards for excellence as a result of the originality of design, quality of construction and outstanding customer service. GDC is distinguished by its unique and sensitive site design and landscaping.
Some of GDC’s award-winning communities are shown here.
Mystic Pointe, Ossining, NY
Livingston Ridge, Dobbs Ferry, NY
Ichabod’s Landing, Sleepy Hollow, NY
Riverbend, Peekskill, NY
Harbor Square, Ossining, NY
River Tides, Yonkers, NY