About Eastdale Village
Located on the east side of Poughkeepsie spanning U.S. Route 44 (Dutchess Turnpike), Eastdale Village will create a new town with a smart-growth designed, walkable commercial and residential neighborhood with a pedestrian center. People can live, work, shop and play in this neighborhood inspired by traditional Northeastern main streets and neighborhoods.
Strategically located on Route 44 on the east side of Poughkeepsie, approximately 2.5 miles northeast of the City of Poughkeepsie and 3 miles southwest of Pleasant Valley.
The development will be located on both the North and South sides of Route 44.
Near Vassar College, Culinary Institute of America, Marist College & IBM.
Less than 1 mile East of Adams Fairacre Farms.
Within 15 minutes of the both the Poughkeepsie Train Station and Taconic State Parkway.
Approximately 390 residential units that will meet the needs of a broad cross-section of the area.
Over 120,000 square feet of restaurants, retail, service, medical and office uses.
Central green with music pavilion for events and festivals.
35 out of the 60 acre project will be developed, leaving the remaining 25 acres as a dedicated Town of Poughkeepsie natural park. This natural park will include a large party pavilion and rest rooms open for public use.
The project includes a combination of townhomes, three-story apartment buildings and live/work spaces.
Choice of Elevator-serviced, center-corridor apartments with optional balconies.
Choice of residential buildings with direct exterior access to your front door.
Optional garages with the ability to charge your electric car.
Your dog will love our Eastdale Village dog park and dog wash station.
Live/work buildings and mixed-use main street commercial buildings with offices and residences above the first floor.
Commercial center designed for neighborhood-scale restaurant, retail, medical and professional offices, and personal service businesses.
Vibrant residential and commercial outdoor spaces with public squares, community centers and prominent village greens.
Work and Play
There will be main entrances to the site from both the North and South sides of Route 44 with a new high tech traffic signal.
The architecture projects an organic growth of two/three-story buildings with commercial uses on the first floor and second floors.
Eastdale Avenue will include outdoor dining, a public green, benches & bike racks. This main-street area will be home to evening and weekend events.
Eastdale Avenues architecture is inspired by traditional Northeast main streets and neighborhoods, where people walk from shop to shop, and enjoy a sense of community and belonging.
The apartment buildings and coach homes have private entrances, front‐facing gables, and window and door patterns that recall traditional residential architecture styles found throughout the Hudson Valley.
Pedestrian friendly sidewalks provide a connection to central greens, neighborhood buildings and a mail center. There will be plentiful on and off street parking along our tree-lined streets.