The first construction phase of “The Hammocks,” an upscale townhouse-type development, received final site plan approvals from the Town of Geneseo Planning Board on Monday. The units will be built by Riedman Associates on property at Lima and Volunteer roads owned by Premium Development.
Among the 90 first phase units will be apartments with one, two and three bedrooms. All are two-story with individual garages. Occupants will share the use of a separate clubhouse. The units will be rented rather than privately owned by occupants, but will otherwise have the feel of ta townhouse complex.
Phase One has nine buildings, with 10 units per building. When the project is complete there will be 160 units in 16 buildings.
Work has begun on a long-awaited $20M luxury residential development on East Avenue. David Riedman, President of Riedman Companies, said site work has started on the 41-unit Kilbourn Place, with ground expected to be broken for the first buildings in April. The first units will be available in late summer.
David Riedman, President of Riedman Companies, said site work has started on the 41-unit Kilbourn Place, with ground expected to be broken for the first buildings in April. The first units will be available in late summer.
The homes will be priced from the mid-$400,000 to high $500,000 range and will be 1,800 to 2,600 square feet.
“It was a long time coming, but the final project will be well worth the wait” Riedman said.
Sandra Zutes, Pittsford town supervisor, said the development should benefit the town, increasing the value of the property on the tax rolls. “It’s a nice piece of land,” Zutes said. “The impact is all good.”
Today, Riedman Companies announced it has received all final approvals from the Town of Pittsford and the State of NY to move forward with the Kilbourn Place project. The project as planned will develop 4.75 acres of land along East Avenue between the Back Nine Grill and Bretton Woods Drive into a neighborhood of 41 houses in three styles: carriage homes, manor homes, and townhomes.
On Monday, October 29, David Riedman was one of three honorees to receive the Board Leadership award. “This award is presented to non-profit board chairmen and chairwomen who have enhanced the mission and reputation of their agencies through effective leadership, fundraising, strategic planning, community collaboration and problem solving,” according to the Rochester Business Journal. Eleven other individuals and four organizations were also honored for their contributions to the non-profit sector.
David was recognized for his tremendous commitment in leading the fundraising and planning efforts necessary to take the Seneca Park Zoo to the next level, and to bring the new A Step Into Africa exhibit to life.
Everyone at Riedman Companies is proud of David and his efforts to improve the community for its current residents and future generations to come. Congratulations David!
To learn more about the awards honorees, visit RBJ online or pick up their latest print copy of the journal.
Construction has started on a new townhouse neighborhood…that will eventually include 41 luxury townhomes in three different styles, with prices starting at $450,000.
“Kilbourn Place offers a rare and remarkable opportunity for luxurious residential living,” said David Riedman, president of Riedman Companies. “The luxury townhomes will fit seamlessly into the historical architecture of East Avenue.”
The Three types of homes will be carriage homes, manor homes, and townhomes, with one- and two-level floor plans ranging from 1,700 to 2,600 square feet.
Riedman Companies is pleased to announce that after a lengthy planning and design process, the luxury homes of Kilbourn Place will become a reality. Thanks to the thoughtful approval procedures pursued by the Town of Pittford, Kilbourn Place will preserve the character of East Avenue while providing a rare opportunity for new construction. Surrounded by Oak Hill Country Club and St. John Fisher College, Kilbourn Place will feature homes that fit seamlessly into this historic community.
Kilbourn Place offers a rare and remarkable opportunity with three distinct styles of homes, each offering unique designs of their own. Plans currently include Carriage Homes, Manor Homes and Townhomes, which echo the historical architecture East Avenue is known for. Fashioned in English Country Style, the Carriage Homes are reminiscent of the romantic estate homes of the 19th century. Further tying into the fabric of East Avenue, the Townhomes were designed in the charming Regency Style, whereas the Manor Homes were designed in the classic Georgian Style. While floor plan options are still being finalized, the one and two level plans will offer old-world craftsmanship, and plenty of irresistible lifestyle options.
The community design also features abundant green space and mature trees, creating an established feeling. Kilbourn Place is minutes from the finest shopping, restaurants, cultural events, recreational clubs, and museums in the Rochester area.
Confidence in this highly regarded project has brought the financial support of Genesee Regional Bank, a local institution committed to the growth of Rochester’s businesses and communities. This exceptional partnership is a key cornerstone in the success of Kilbourn Place.
Visit Kilbourn Place for more details.
According to Riedman, The Hammocks clubhouse is scheduled to be completed April 15. The first residential building should be complete shortly after, May 1, he added. Despite the ongoing construction, apartments at The Hammocks are currently for lease.
The first phase of the construction — which is currently underway — includes the construction of four apartment buildings, along with the clubhouse. The additional buildings that make up phase one will be finished throughout the remainder of 2013, Riedman said. The second phase is to build the remaining four apartment buildings. Construction for this next stage will begin in the summer.
Bringing The Hammocks to Canandaigua will be a positive for the town, said councilmember Pam Helming. “…It will be an asset to the town.”
In its first move outside of New York State, Riedman Development Corporation announced that it will be starting the newest Hammocks community just outside of Erie, PA. The Hammocks at Millcreek wil be the fifth Hammocks location in the Northeast, boasting a location with views of beautiful Lake Erie and within minutes of an abundance of shopping, dining, healthcare, entertainment, and cultural experiences for all ages.
The Hammocks at Millcreek will feature 9 four-story buildings, each with 30 apartments ranging from one bedroom to three bedrooms, with a total of 270 apartments on the property. Each building will feature 8 garages available for rent and an elevator for resident use.
The community offers a clubhouse for use by its residents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, which features a business center, fitness center, full kitchen, great room, theatre room, showers and restrooms and a heated swimming pool with an outdoor fire pit.
Construction is expected to start in the Spring of 2013 with late 2013 occupancy.
Visit The Hammocks at Millcreek for more details.
The two well-known companies have been collaborating for the last 15 years, and look forward to adding the Villas at Canandaigua to the list. While Wegman Companies will continue to handle the sales and marketing portion of the project, Riedman Development will be handing the construction and design for Phase Two of The Villas. Phase Two includes 132 units, with premium lots overlooking water features.
There are several advantages to Riedman Development managing the construction and design at The Villas, among them the economies of scale and consolidated resources offered by Riedman’s @home Builders division. This will enable both companies to manage the project more economically and efficiently.
The Villas at Canandaigua, one-story ranch-style townhomes, feature great rooms with cathedral ceilings, gorgeous eat-in kitchens with wood cabinets, a breakfast bar and pantry, and huge master suites with private bath and walk-in closets.
Bringing the Hammocks to Canandaigua “A segment of Bristol Road to the east of Routes 5 and 20 is a vast area of dirt and construction vehicles. But by year end, it will look much different. By the end of the year, it will be The Hammocks.
What is it? The Hammocks is a housing project that will consist of about 200 apartments in eight four-story buildings, said Tim Jensen, director of development for the town of Canandaigua.
Tim Foster, Vice President of Property Management for Riedman Development – the company working on the project – said the name is representative of how they want others to perceive it.
“It’s somewhat of a brand,” Foster said of the name. “It sort of describes the lifestyle – relaxing.”