Celebrate the Seasons!
Amityville, NY (September X, 2019)—An ode to the end of summer, Greybarn Amityvilly—a luxury multi-family apartment community by Rechler Equity Partners—hosted an afternoon of fun with a barbeque for its residents. The event brought together residents of all ages who enjoyed a spread of delicious food, entertaining games and plenty of opportunities to socialize. The event reflected Greybarn’s overarching focus on building a sense of community and restoring a time when everyone was close with their neighbors.
“We are proud of the continued success of Greybarn and that our vision for this community is being accepted and embraced by those who live here,” said Mitchell Rechler, co-managing partner of Rechler Equity Partners. “This end-of-summer event reflects our commitments to creating opportunities for residents to get to know each other, foster conversation and enjoy the presence of each other’s company. Those who attended definitely enjoyed the occasion, which is why we look forward to rolling out a host of community-focused events for the fall and winter.”
At the barbeque, guests set up lawn chairs and spread picnic blankets throughout Greybarn’s sprawling green space. Residents also soaked up the sun, took part in some friendly competition on the community’s bocce ball court and enjoyed the company of one another.
Greybarn is a 500-unit multi-family rental development with 45,000 square feet of retail space on a 20-acre site in Amityville, NY. A new rental concept designed specifically for Long Islanders, by Long Islanders, Greybarn describes itself as not just a place to live, but a place to feel alive. Adopting a modern, open floor plan to replicate loft-like living, apartments hold large, spacious and bright rooms with details specifically selected to create comfort and calm, making them the perfect venue for entertaining. The multitude of interactive and engaging activities and amenities, ranging from a common kitchen and lounge to a billiards room and pool, emphasizes Greybarn’s main theme of community.BACK