Fairfield County’s booming residential real estate market is showing few signs of slowing – and may end up being one for the record books. “It’s still hot,” Ryan Raveis, co-president of William Raveis Real Estate and president of William Raveis Mortgage, marvels to WAG. “It’s the first time Fairfield County has been like this for a long time.”
It was back in 1987 that White Plains resident Louis R. Cappelli (along with his father Luca Cappelli) received the first March of Dimes Greater New York Market Real Estate Award. Thirty-four years later, Cappelli, founder and managing member of the Cappelli Organization, will return to receive the Martin S. Berger Award for Lifetime Achievement at the 35th March of Dimes Real Estate Breakfast
on Nov. 4 at The Opus Westchester in White Plains.
A $2.15 million plan from the Tarrytown Marina LLC – a subtenant of Tarrytown Boat & Yacht club and an affiliate of National Resources LLC, a Greenwich-based real estate and development firm – calls for the building of a “Wharf Boatel” on the Hudson River, improvements to the marina, space for a new restaurant and upgraded parking.
Celebrating its 25-year anniversary, Country Willow spans more than 30,000 square feet of space over multiple showrooms in Bedford Hills, opening it up to new generations of buyers. And while the store started out selling country furniture, customers these days will be greeted with a range of styles for every need and taste, curated from several providers, mainly domestic.
Not only do folks want to put their personal stamp on their beloved homes; they want to make them conducive to their post-Covid lifestyles. And that may mean adding space for home offices and multi-generational living, rather than upgrading to a house that has more square footage but is going to cost a lot and needs the same amount of work.