Proposed tower would come with a new street for downtown New Rochelle

TRD New York /
Sep.September 28, 2017 02:44 PM

A new high-rise planned for New Rochelle will also come with a new street. Boston-based DSF Group, which owns an existing 412-unit residential building at 255 Huguenot Street, plans to demolish a section of the building, freeing up 10,000 square feet space for a new thoroughfare connecting Huguenot to nearby Station Plaza South, according to LoHud. The developer would build a new neighboring tower with up to 25 stories, the report said. The project received approval from the New Rochelle Industrial Development Agency and goes before the Planning Board in October. [LoHud]


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