New Rochelle planning board hears proposals for two new mixed-use buildings

TRD New York /
Jul.July 11, 2018 03:09 PM

A pair of mixed-use buildings could be heading to New Rochelle as part of two proposed developments, LoHud reported. One of the projects, a 23-story building on North Avenue near the train station, would house 442 housing units, around 13,000 square feet of retail space and 471 parking spaces, according to the outlet. The site is currently home to a Bank of America building, which would be razed to make way for the development. A 26-story building, meanwhile, has been proposed for a site on Main Street that currently houses two churches and several retail stores, all of which would be demolished to make way for the building. The building would house one of the existing churches, a parking garage, 462 apartments and 2,180 square feet of retail space. [LoHud]


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