I would evaluate using criteria like...
Is parking available?
If not, is it easy/convenient to find an off-site alternative
Is the parking space an assigned space? If not is it difficult/inconvenient to find a space.
Size of unit?
Condition of unit? (Fix up potential)
Condition of the building/complex? (Any major capital project planned or recently completed?)
Is the building in good financial shape (How's the reserve fund?)
Assuming the complexes and financials for the complexes that interest you are in okay condition I would probably rank the complexes like this...
4 Windsor (no parking is a big downer in my opinion)
The general marketplace tends to raise and lower all ships pretty equally, so one complex generally doesn't outperform another one. You have to take into consideration a lot of other variables like maint, fees, flip taxes, special assessments, convenience, amenities, layout, storage, special features, ...and the big unknown...how much competition will you have at the time you sell and what will the general market conditions be at the time you sell.
Bottom line: As far as I am concerned, I don't buy into the idea that anyone can guarantee that one complex will outperform another complex as far re-sale potential is concerned...you can just do your best to buy into a situation that enable you to be able to offer the most pluses/benefits to a buyer at the time you sell.
I've lived in White Plains my entire life. I've been in the business for 20+ years and I specialize is selling White Plains.
Legends Realty Group
So much of Real Estate is knowing you a little bit and figuring your wants and needs.
25 Lake and Bryant Gardens would both have good re-sale
All the best!
Each of these have their respective pros and cons. It really depends on your particular needs. In addition there are many other buildings on Lake Street as well as N. Broadway, Westchester Ave, Franklin and other streets that may fill all your requirements. Bryant Gardens and other complex at that end of White Plains have a completely different feel.
You should find a knowledgable realtor in the area that will take your interest to heart and guide you.
Feel free to reach out if you wish guidance with no obligation.