New Rochelle to move City Hall to MacQuesten Development building by 2021

New York /
Mar.March 08, 2018 12:15 PM

New Rochelle’s City Hall will move from its current location to the ground floor of MacQuesten Development’s mixed-use tower at 45 Harrison Street, Mayor Noam Bramson said during his State of the City address. The New Rochelle school district will take over the City Hall building at 515 North Avenue and use it for classrooms and administrative offices. MacQuesten’s $110 million project is expected to break ground this summer and will include 238 apartments, nearly 10,000 square feet of retail and a four story parking garage. The mayor said the municipal move is expected by 2021. [WCBJ]


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