SULLIVAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT
SULLIVAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT
Sullivan Regency: Offering luxury and affordability
The seven-story Sullivan Regency will offer 92 units, each with an outdoor patio.
units are beautiful, and the building was definitely well-constructed. “We turned that into our advantage by featuring the high ceilings and big bedrooms into our design,” he said. Located at 685 West Broadway, the condominiums will start at Collaborators Brodsky and Dunbar Equity Partners, LLC are recognized for their commitment to the local communities in which they participate in development projects. For more information on Sullivan Regency, call Brodsky at 914-490-3433 or email sales@SullivanRegency.com.
On Local Support The Partnership for Economic Development was a tremendous help moving the $20,000,000, 172,000 square-foot project along, Brodsky said. “[Former Partnership CEO] Allan Scott was a great help,” he said. “Steve Dubrovsky and Howard Braunstein have also been a huge help to us.”
On Sullivan County By Fred Stabbert III
uilding off the success of a similar project in Long Island, a seven-story full-service luxury building is planned to start showing condominiums early next year in the Village of Monticello. Sullivan Regency’s Managing Partner and General Manager Charlie Brodsky said the finishing touches are being put on the 92-unit complex, which will feature one, two and three-bedroom units. “The rich history of Sullivan County, the proximity to New York City, and the emerging growth in the area inspired our interest in the new project,” Brodsky said. “We are happy to provide employment opportunities, both during construction and after the Sullivan Regency opens for occupancy.” The Sullivan Regency will feature 24-hour security, a 24-hour doorman and an indoor pool, among other amenities. “It’s a full-service luxury complex which will appeal to New York City second homeowners, people within 100 miles of Sullivan County and snowbirds,” Brodsky said. “These
“I’m a hometown boy,” Charles Brodsky said, referring to his childhood days in Monticello. “I grew up remembering the pins and billboards which read, ‘Casinos means jobs’,” he said. “I didn’t know what it meant, but now I do.” A graduate of Monticello High, Brodsky remembers a bustling Broadway and a county filled with visitors from around the world.
On Sullivan Regency’s effect on the community I really feel we are going to spread the love when these families come in and need to shop, eat and have fun. Our project is also taxable and will continue to bring life to the community.
Sullivan Regency’s Managing Partner and General Manager Charles Brodsky looks over plans for the 92unit complex.
On Casino projects “We weren’t banking on the casinos but we were super happy the proposal passed,” Brodsky said. “I believe a casino project will unleash the entrepreneurial spirit in a lot of people and Sullivan County is going to have businesses popping up all over. “It’s exciting, now we need a Broadway, Monticello program,” he said.
On Sullivan County’s comeback People have come here and invested real money. We are happy our project, which is a substantial investment, will attract families who want to spend money here. We are excited about the Kutsher’s project, and the Monticello Motor Club’s Bill McMichael and Ari Strauss could not be more supportive. And Sullivan Renaissance, that program is great! It has given people pride in their communities and made a real difference in how our communities feel about themselves. And Kauneonga Lake… they are an example of how one community made a stance… restaurants have made it a destination and people want local.
January launch With an open house set for January 2014, the Sullivan Regency project hopes to show off the hard work which they have done the past six months. A new website, www.SullivanRegency.com details the amenities, floor plans and great offers of this new luxury condominium project. Also follow Sullivan Regency on its social media pages.
The author, Fred Stabbert III, is publisher of the Sullivan County Democrat and Chairman of the Board of the Sullivan County Partnership for Economic Development. He has been a board member for 12 years of that organization.