Millennials in Westchester
“Our future depends on the young” is a truism echoed by every generation. However, for real estate developers in the Westchester County the future is now and now are Millennials.
A little more than 12 miles away from Manhattan is the quaintly beautiful county of Westchester. It was named and established in the year 1683 after the England city of Chester. Today, Westchester County’s population is second only to the Bronx on New York’s mainland. The Hudson Valley County’s covered area is 450 Square Miles, and comprises of 6 cities, 19 towns, and 23 villages.
A county of surreal parks, vintage sites, and cultural richness is now also one of the most preferred suburban County for the hipster Millennials. The New York Times have coined the term Hipsturbia for such urbanites in the Hudson Valley County. As of 2015, the total population of Westchester County is close to a Million.
The most influential families of early 1800s built their weekend escapades in Westchester, and since then it has developed into the most scenic, and accessible suburban development around NYC. Moreover, with its planned road and transit connections, it is located at a comfortable distance from New York City, New England, and Connecticut. Today, the mesmerizing riverside development, accessibility of Metro, restaurants, hypermarkets, and a waterfront location has made Westchester an attractively affordable option for Millennials looking for a spacious, quaint area within the reaching distance of Manhattan.
Following are the projects in the offing for the Westchester County. The future will see as many as 10, 000 units in Hipsturbia.
Source: Sebastian Capital