The Club at Briarcliff Manor, a $350 million continuing care retirement community (CCRC), celebrated the grand opening of its design and information center last week. The community, being developed by Integrated Development Group (IDG), will feature 325 spacious townhomes, villas and apartments. The project, scheduled to open in 2013, will feature two residential villages on 59 acres that will provide views of the Hudson River and the New York City skyline. The villages will offer 288 apartment style residences and 24 townhomes and 13 free-standing villa homes. Entrance fees for residences, which are 90% refundable, will begin at $599,900. Monthly fees for amenities and services are projected to begin at $3,190. The Club at Briarcliff Manor is accessible via a short 45-minute ride from Manhattan by Metro North Railroad
“We are delighted to celebrate yet another significant high point in the development of what will be the finest senior living community of its kind in the Northeast. This spectacular new Information and Design Center will serve as a showcase for the unmatched quality and exceptional design that we are offering at The Club at Briarcliff Manor. We applaud our interior design team for the extraordinary job they’ve done in creating these beautifully designed and decorated model residences,” said Matthew K. Phillips, President and Chief Executive Officer of IDG, which is developing The Club at Briarcliff Manor in partnership with the National Electrical Benefit Fund.