Throughout the Northeast, Westchester Modular Homes has earned an outstanding reputation for quality-built single family homes. What most people are surprised to know is that Westchester also builds the same high quality products for multi-family and commercial projects.
Westchester Modular has been delivering multi-family residential homes for years throughout a nine-state market area. In addition to multi-family products, Westchester Modular has been building faculty housing for schools, and apartment buildings for senior housing. Currently Westchester is in the planning stages for several college dormitory projects and a Best Western Hotel to be built in the greater New York area. Modular construction has been found to be the most cost efficient method of building for these applications. Time frames and labor costs are substantially reduced, and tight cost-controls keep these projects within budget.
At Westchester, we understand that each project has its own special characteristics, and we are glad to work with the architect and builder to provide a truly custom product on-time and within budget.
For more information on multi-family and commercial buildings, please contact Ron Marino, Regional Project Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mid-Town Project, located in Washington Township New Jersey, was built using Westchester Modular technology and Superior Wall concrete panels. The first level consists of commercial retail space and the second, third and fourth floors encompass single floor and townhouse style living. This building was produced in a few short weeks and was shipped with kitchens and baths completely installed including tile floors, a self contained heating system in place, sprinkler system, plumbing, and an EPDM roof system completed in the factory.
Cabrini Gardens, a Catholic Charities project, was delivered in the winter and spring of 2010. This project is located in Coram, New York on Long Island and was partially funded by HUD. It consisted of two buildings, each made up of 50 modules. Westchester Modular Homes worked in tandem with the owners, architectural firm, and the general contractor, Jarro Building Industries to bring this project to an extremely successful completion.