H2M architects + engineers designed the Cornerstone at Yorkshire (Terwilliger and Bartone Properties), a transit-oriented residential development to strengthen and revitalize the existing downtown area, and celebrated its success at the ribbon cutting.
The residential units are less than one mile from the LIRR Lynbrook train station, bus station, and the Village downtown area.
This building features 28 studio units, 44 one-bedroom units, and 8 two-bedroom units. This variety will create options for a range of household types, family sizes, and incomes.
This building was designed in a Tudor style with finishes to match the surrounding existing residential neighborhood. The design also has 88 parking spaces, one per bedroom, with the feature of a number of designated electric charging stations. Residents also have access to high-end amenities including: a grand lobby space with seating areas, clubrooms with a fireplace, an outdoor courtyard, and an indoor fitness center with outdoor yoga area.
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