The Selby, LI’s newest luxury apartment complex, opens in Westbury
WESTBURY, NY – The Selby, a new luxury apartment complex in Westbury, opened earlier this year and is now accepting residents.
The Selby, located at 695 Merrick Ave. in Westbury, is a 237-unit building. The six-story building sits on 5.87 acres directly across from Eisenhower Park. It is managed by the Long Island-based organization Beechwood and was designed by Ismael Leyva Architects.
“We created The Selby to reflect the finer tastes in sophisticated apartments found east of New York,” said developer Steven Dubb, director of The Beechwood Organization. “These are the finest homes on Long Island, with the most enjoyable lifestyle, and in the most beautiful location across from Eisenhower Park in central Nassau County. We are thrilled to introduce The Selby and d welcome our new residents.
The Selby offers many amenities for its residents, including a 75-foot outdoor swimming pool and 20,000 square feet of recreation space. There is a large lounge, a club room with indoor/outdoor bar, a fitness studio with a yoga room, a tranquility spa, an on-site library, a game room, a children’s playroom, a business center and a private dining room. A restaurant is also planned for the building.
Apartments range from 500 square foot studios to 2,200 square foot three-bedroom units. Rent starts at $3,200 per month and goes up to $9,500 per month.
Beechwood also manages The Vanderbilt, located on Corporate Drive in Westbury.
“Those who live in our luxury residences enjoy a high standard of living. They are young couples or professionals with dynamic lifestyles who want to live turnkey outside of New York, but not too far from it,” Dubb said. “They want to stay or live on the island but are not ready or looking to buy. They can also be empty nesters who appreciate the space, comfort, and privacy of a longtime family home, but not the responsibility of owning it. Whether year-round or part-year, our residents want a well-built new home with resort amenities and concierge services that reflect their coveted quality of life. »