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Half Moon Bay marks 100th sale. (Residential).

The appeal of waterfront living complimented by magnificent Hudson River views continues to lure buyers from all over the metropolitan area to Discovery Cove at Half Moon Bay, a new neighborhood of luxurious riverfront residences in historic Croton-on-Hudson, NY.

Less than one year after the start of sales, Discovery Cove is celebrating its 100th sale. "This is a major milestone," said Mitchell C. Hochberg, president of Spectrum, the developer of Discovery Cove and the Northeast's preeminent luxury homebuilder. "Since preview grand opening sales began in January, home sales. have been progressing at an extremely fast pace. Discovery Cove at Half Moon Bay offers a unique opportunity to treasure a lifestyle where you can live 47-minutes away from Manhattan yet enjoy the breathtaking beauty and serenity of the Hudson River."

Grace Kwon, a life-long resident of Scarsdale, NY, is Discovery Cove's 100th buyer.

"Now that my son is off on his own, I really wanted to live in a lifestyle-oriented community," said Kwon. "When I learned about Discovery Cove, I was thrilled- especially since it meant that I could stay within Westchester County, an area which I truly love."

A 24-hour gated community, Discovery Cove features 158 spaciously designed terrace and townhomes set along the banks of the spectacular Hudson River. The Nantucket-style homes offer designs of 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms with up to 2 1/2 bathrooms and 1-and 2-car garages, and range in size from 900 to over 2,600 SF. The terrace homes are priced from the low $300,000's and the town homes from the mid $400,000's to more than $1 million.

Currently, over 65% of all the terrace and townhomes have already been sold.
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Date:Mar 26, 2003
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