MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. – The creation of a premium new residential and lifestyle center in the heart of Orange County, N.Y. is well underway as two signature new rental communities in the City of Middletown realize their potential as a one-of-a-kind destination for luxury living, shopping, dining and more.
The first building at The Shoppes at Sterling Parc — a prime retail center located in the heart of nearly 500 high-end residential units — is now fully leased, bringing a mix of nationally recognized brands, independent boutiques, restaurants and local service providers to the fast-growing neighborhoods of Sterling Parc and Southgate Middletown. Among the eclectic mix of retailer now open are Envy Nails, State Farm Insurance, Natura Smoothies & Café, Katmarie Salon and KM Designs flower shop.
Adding to the buzz of this brand new retail and residential “village” has been the arrival of many of the first residents at Southgate Middletown, a new 306-home rental community being developed by Sterling Properties adjacent to The Shoppes at Sterling Parc. The new renters join the hundreds already living at Sterling Parc, firmly establishing an incredibly lively and active neighborhood environment.
“The overall community has been designed as a suburban ‘lifestyle center.’ combining upscale apartment homes with a comprehensive retail component.” says Nick Hollenbeck, Director of Sales and Marketing for Sterling Properties. “We wanted to create a cohesive destination where people can eat at a quaint restaurant or café, shop in boutique and find many modern conveniences. Once our residents return home, there’s no need for an automobile because everything is close at hand.”
A select number of retail suites are still available in the second commercial building at The Shoppes at Sterling Parc. The boutique spaces, which are ready for occupancy, range from 1,200 to 2,400 square feet.
New retailers will become part of the excitement at Southgate Middletown which is has quickly proven to satisfy the healthy appetite for new luxury apartment residences in a downtown-style setting. In fact, four of the first five rental buildings at the community are fully leased just a few short months after opening to the public. Continue reading