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"The mall is so close, you can walk there in about five minutes," said Long, 31, who also manages the luxury property, which opened last fall. The complex has 332 midrise apartments and three-story townhouses, with two-car garages, renting for about $1,200 to $1,800 a month.
With vaulted 9-foot ceilings, oversized windows and gas fireplaces in units, plus on-site fitness and media centers - Greenwich Place isn't exactly short on amenities. Still, Long called the close proximity of the mall an added perk for some residents and a potential draw for those considering a move.