Houlihan Lawrence has been selected as the exclusive sales and marketing agent for The Sullivan Regency, a 92-unit condominium, located at 685 West Broadway in Monticello, N.Y.
By: Tom Renner
Houlihan Lawrence is marketing The Sullivan Regency, a 92-unit condominium complex that will open next year in Monticello.Photo Credit:
The Regency brand’s latest addition features a mix of one- two- and three-bedroom residences, and is a token’s throw from the highly anticipated Montreign Casino Project by Empire Resorts.
“Part of a one billion dollar investment to fuel the Catskills’ renaissance, The Sullivan Regency has attracted newcomers from Northern New Jersey, Connecticut and the greater New York City area,” said John A. Oliveira, Sullivan Regency Sales Manager and Houlihan Lawrence Real Estate Associate Broker. “Centered in a prime, thriving and desirable location, the residences are secondary homes for many buyers, but also act as a perfect primary home for the younger set looking for luxurious city-style living in upstate New York.”
Recognized as the regions newest asset, the condominium is tucked in the core of the Catskill Mountains, amongst the variety of beautiful scenery and a thriving village with conveniences and entertainment just steps away. Each residence features elegant vaulted ceilings, lush wall to wall carpeting, designer kitchens with custom granite counter tops, full hand-cut tiled bath and shower enclosures, fashion-inspired walk-in closets and spacious
balconies. The property also offers four three-bedroom penthouse residences spanning 2,500 square feet with two balconies per residences.
The Sullivan Regency also offers top-of-the-line amenities, including a full-time doorman, 24-Hhour monitored security, custom designed and constructed indoor-outdoor pool, designer fitness center, an interactive game room, laundry room, community hall with custom kitchen and a private courtyard.
Outside, the Sullivan Regency is just 90 miles from New York City, and less than ten miles from the Monticello Motor Club, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Woodbury Commons, the Adeelar Entertainment Complex, and the Concord Monster golf course. Once completed in 2016, the Montreign Casino & Resort will offer residents a shuttle service from their homes to the casino.
At seven-stories, the full-service building is Sullivan County’s tallest structure, with prices ranging from $149,000 to $649,000.
For more information, visit www.SullivanRegency.com, or contact John A. Oliveira at 845-473-9770.