Ali RosenJun 7, 2018, 2:22 pmJun 8, 2018, 3:49 pm

Old Reader’s Digest HQ in Chappaqua repurposed into affordable housing units

Building also features courtyards, library and gym facility


CHAPPAQUA — What used to be the old Readers Digest headquarters in 1939 is now a home to many. New York State Homes and Community Renewal and Wilder Balter Partners creatively repurposed the 79-year-old building to make 64 apartments.

Twenty-eight of the apartments are categorized as affordable housing, 10 are for those in the Westchester County workforce, and the remainder are market rate open to the public.

The building is complete with multiple courtyards, a library and a gym facility. Ten market rate units are still available for lease at the new Chappaqua Crossing apartments.

Directly across the street is also new development.

A shopping complex is going up, which will feature a Life Time fitness center, a Whole Foods, among other retailers.

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