The Mason is a new transit-oriented development featuring luxury rental apartments, active lifestyle amenities.
From The Mason M.V.S.: What’s in a name? For The Mason M.V.S., Mamaroneck’s newest luxury rental community, there’s more to its name than at first glance.
“We needed to create a name for this project that is unique to Mamaroneck and its history. We thought of names such as Fenimore and Sheldrake but those were already in use in the village, and did not fully encompass what we felt this building represented. We wanted a name that reflected its exciting design as well as its location in the Village,” said Joel Halpern of Halpern Real Estate Ventures, who is developing the project with Rosen Development Group.
The Mason is a new transit-oriented development featuring luxury rental apartments, active lifestyle amenities and a unique focus on sustainability. Located at the Mamaroneck Village Station (M.V.S.), along the Metro North New Haven line, The Mason consists of three buildings and includes 96 apartments in a mix of studios, 1- and 2-bedrooms, as well as 4 townhomes. The Mason, which is nearing completion, will be opening for leasing in the late fall.
The community features a classic brick and zinc clad façade with expansive floor-to-ceiling steel casement windows. All of the corner residences have balconies and two of the buildings offer private rooftop terraces. The spaciously designed apartments feature a contemporary style with high-end finishes and appliances as well as a host of amenities tailored to a sustainable lifestyle.
The Mason, which offers convenient access to I-95, is located in the Village’s newly established MAKER Zone (short for Manufacturing, Artisanal foods & arts, Knowledge economy, Environmental buffers, and Recreation.). The goal of the new zone is to further enhance the neighborhood’s lifestyle offering, while appreciating and respecting its industrial heritage. The MAKER zone also encourages the development of retail and community facilities, further enhancing the walkability and functional convenience of the area for the future.