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The Armonk Commons, located at 22 Old route 22, in Armonk NY, is currently under construction and will soon offer a total of 10 units for sale, consisting of 10 two-bedroom fair-and-affordable units.

The ten (10) condominium units are located in two two‐story buildings with townhouse design. Each unit has a private entrance, 2.5 bathrooms, a living room, a kitchen/dining area, energy star appliances, hook‐ups for a washer and dryer, and a gas fired heating and cooling system.   They are two bedroom units (approx. 1,300 sq. ft) with 24 on‐site parking spaces.

Armonk Commons Condominium is in the hamlet of Armonk in the Town of North Castle at 22 Old Route 22.  The Town of North Castle is in north central West‐chester County bordered by Rye Brook, Harrison and White Plains on the south, Mount Pleasant on the west, New Castle, Bedford and Pound Ridge on the north, and Connecticut on the east.


Armonk Square is a 3.5 acre development of shops, banking center, offices, residences and a food market located approximately one half mile from Armonk Commons.


Armonk Commons is conveniently located along the County Bee‐Line Bus Route #12 which provides access to White Plains and the Metro North train stations — Harlem Line. The site enjoys easy access to I‐684, a major north‐south roadway which connects to I‐287.
Residents of Armonk Commons are served by the Byram Hill Central School District — Coman Hill Elementary School (K‐2); Wampus Elementary School (3‐5); H.C. Crittenden Middle School and the  Bryam Hills High School.

Eligibility Requirements: In order to qualify for the homes, household income must be at or below 80 percent of the area median income for Westchester County based on HUD Income Guidelines.


Details:

Unit Type Quantity Purchase Price Floor Plans
Two-bedroom Ownership Unit

10

$208,000 - $218,000

Floor Plan

Applications: Lottery is complete, Applications are still being accepted and will be placed on waiting list.  Applications are available in English and Spanish. Please see Brochure which is also available in Spanish

For More Information and How to Apply: Contact the Housing Action Council by sending an e-mail to hac@affordablehomes.org or calling (914) 332-4144.

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