BY: SEBASTIAN MORRIS 7:00 AM ON OCTOBER 17, 2022
Occupancy has begun at The Selby, a 237-unit apartment complex at 695 Merrick Avenue in Westbury, New York. The complex is the latest residential development from The Beechwood Organization, a Long Island-based developer that has built nearly 10,000 homes since the 1980s.
The Selby sits on a 5.87-acre parcel next to the town’s Eisenhower Park and golf course. The complex itself measures 582,000 square feet and includes 210 rental apartments, 27 long-term stay executive suites, and a 6,000-square-foot restaurant.
Tenants also have access to a 85-foot-long outdoor pool with lounge areas, a 20,000-square-foot terrace, an indoor lounge and club room, fitness center, spa, library, game room, children’s playroom, business center, and a private dining room with a prep kitchen. There is also an enclosed parking garage with electric vehicle charging stations.
“We created The Selby to reflect the most refined tastes in sophisticated apartment living to be found east of New York City,” said The Beechwood Organization co-founder Steven Dubb. “These are Long Island’s nicest residences, with the nicest lifestyle and in the nicest location, across from Eisenhower Park in central Nassau County.”
Upon entering the building, tenants are greeted by a two-story lobby outfitted in custom millwork, a jeweled chandelier, and etched brass accents. Each home features 10-foot ceiling spans, open floor plans, oversized windows to maximize the flow of natural light and views of Eisenhower Park, and designer fixtures and appliances.
Designed by Ismael Leyva Architects, The Selby is described as French chateau-style revival inspired by the prewar residential buildings along Central Park West in Manhattan.
Homes at The Selby are priced from $3,200 per month for a studio apartment to $9,500 for a three-bedroom, three-bathroom home.
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