Construction has been completed and online reservations for tours of Westchester Magazine’s Dream Home: Penthouse Edition are now being accepted. With its 2014 Dream Home project, the magazine has raised the bar and the roof higher than ever. This year’s home is on the 40th floor of The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, Westchester. Previous Dream Homes were located in Armonk, NY and at Hudson Harbor, Tarrytown, NY. Filled with sleek contemporary furnishings and featuring the latest appliances, finishes and cabinetry, the 2014 Dream Home: Penthouse Edition is 5,400 sq. feet of envy-producing space. The floor to ceiling windows offering breathtaking views of Long Island Sound and the NYC skyline, plus the world-class amenities and legendary Ritz-Carlton services ensure this penthouse will be a standout among local real estate offerings. Design Coordinator Barbara Bell has worked with a wide range of sponsors who joined this project, making it a collaborative effort between the best in Westchester home design.
Participating sponsors and partners include: ABC Furniture and Carpet, Architectural Mineral & Stone, Barbara Bell Interiors, Best Plumbing Tile & Stone, Bilotta, California Closets, Cappelli Organization, Consolidated Plumbing, Chubb Group of Insurance Companies, Current Home, Elite Design Systems, Greenwich Window Treatments, Houlihan Lawrence, Hunter Douglas, Joseph Richard Florals, Klaffs, Leiberts Royal Green Appliance Center, Lifestyles by Lisa, Marble America, News12/Cablevision, The Ritz- Carlton, Westchester, Roche Bobois, Safavieh, Sisley, Stickley Audi & Co., Terra Tile and Marble, and White Plains Shower and Mirror.
Public tours of the Penthouse will begin Friday, September 12 and continue every Friday, Saturday and Sunday through Sunday, October 19. Tours run from 10am – 4pm. Appointments are required and can be made at www.westchestermagazine.com/dreamhome. Westchester Magazine is pleased to support My Sisters’ Place and the vital services it provides to the Westchester community through events associated with Westchester Magazine’s Dream Home: Penthouse Edition. For the past 37 years, My Sisters’ Place has worked to end violence in intimate relationships and combat the effects of domestic violence and human trafficking throughout Westchester County. From its beginnings as a grassroots task force and drop-in center, My Sisters’ Place has become a leader and resource in the field of domestic violence and human trafficking advocacy, providing shelter, legal services, education and prevention to the community.