Hudson Park

Hudson Park
Westchester County

Hudson Park is located in the south western section of Yonkers, which falls within Westchester County. With its close proximity to Manhattan, accessibility via multiple modes of transportation, and influx of new mixed-income residential developments, downtown Yonkers has become the new frontier for a vibrant and diverse community of renters, homeowners, and retailers.

In recent years, the area has seen new shopping centers, breweries, and more access to public spaces. Recent development projects include the “daylighted” portion of the Saw Mill River becoming a focal point for Downtown Yonkers, iPark’s 24-acre office campus with 100 high-tech micro-units, Mill Creek’s Palisades Point 324-unit residential development, RXR’s Larkin Plaza 439-unit mixed-use development, and AvalonBay Communities’ proposed 609 units along the waterfront.

Hudson Park is at the epicenter of the waterfront, drawing visibility from pedestrian and vehicular traffic which makes for a more desirable location within the downtown section. Hudson Park represents a unique opportunity for retailers seeking a highly visible location with excellent access in a flourishing trade area.

  • Location

    Downtown Yonkers

  • Size

    • Space A: 1 Pierpointe Street – 1,300 SF (Ground)
    • Space B: 1 Van Der Donck Street – 11,300 SF 6,300 SF (Ground), 5,000 SF (Second)

    • Space C: 1 Alexander Street – 900 SF (Ground)

  • Total building SF

    13,500 SF
  • # of units per buildings

  • Rent

    Upon Request

  • Separate asking price

  • Ceiling Height

    Upon Request

  • Points of Interest

    Yonkers is the fourth largest city per capita in New York State. Geographically, Yonkers overlooks the Palisades by way of the Hudson River to the west. Yonkers lays south along the border of New York City’s Bronx Borough and extends north approximately five miles along the Hudson Valley waterfront in Westchester County. The City of Yonkers recently restored the Saw Mill River by “daylighting” a segment of the waterway buried underneath the ground. The $8.5M capital improvements stretch a mile east of the Hudson River and directly adjacent to Hudson Park’s development. The City of Yonkers is also experiencing a resurgence in residential development. Over 4,000 new units are slated for development by 2022. An uptick in public transportation via the Metro North and Amtrak trains being serviced at the Yonkers Station have transformed Downtown Yonkers into an emerging urban-and-suburban neighborhood.

  • Possession

    Upon Request

  • Frontage

    Upon Request

  • Term

    Upon Request

  • Neighbors

    Chase, Citibank, Bank of America, Retro Fitness, T-Mobile, Verizon, Waterfront Cafe, Dunkin’ Donuts, Soyo Bar, Cafe Hudson, YMCA, Yonkers Public Library, Post Office, ShopRite Supermarket, iPark Hudson Office Campus, Extell, Avalon Bay, RXR, Mill Creek Residential, and many more!

  • Comments

    • Co-Developers: China Construction America, Strategic Capital
    • 1 Alexander St: Newly built out cafe space