LeylandAlliance LLC, of Tuxedo, NY, is nearing completion of Warwick Grove, a 215-unit traditional neighborhood, located in Warwick, New York. Warwick Grove was ground breaking in its TND master plan and execution and helped pave the way for larger scale New Urbanism projects in the New York State. The project is expected to be sold out by fall 2015 with construction completed by mid-2016.
Warwick Grove is an in-fill neighborhood in the historic Village of Warwick which is about an hour outside of Manhattan. The Village has a vibrant walkable downtown. Mike Watkins of Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company conducted a charrette in 1997 and designed this 215-unit traditional neighborhood. The site plan was crafted with nine small and large parks and the 10,000 sf multipurpose Neighborhood Center and Post Office. The 32 acre neighborhood is surrounded by a Village Park which was enlarged with land donated by LeylandAlliance and 130 acres of open space conservation land. In addition, a new 15,000sf Regional Library was built along the entrance road on land donated by Leyland Alliance.
A broad mix of housing types, sizes and elevations created a rich reflection of the housing stock of the Hudson Valley. Single-family homes, townhomes, and condominiums apartments with many floor plans and elevations were traditionally designed by some of the nation's top New Urban architects, including Union Studio of Providence, RI, Marianne Cusato of Miami. FL, and DeGraw & DeHann Architects of Warwick, NY. This sustainable community has been built by Warwick Grove Company, an affiliate of LeylandAlliance LLC, serving as both land developer and builder.