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RXR Realty starts leasing at New Rochelle’s 360 Huguenot

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RXR Realty, in partnership with ABS Partners and Brause Realty, is now leasing 360 Huguenot in New Rochelle.

Promoted as the first high-rise New Rochelle development to be constructed after the passage of New Rochelle’s 2015 downtown rezoning initiative, the 28-story apartment building overlooks the Long Island Sound. It features 280 rentals with pricing for studios starting at $1,900 per month to two-bedrooms starting at $3,100. Occupancy is scheduled to begin next month.

“The commencement of leasing at 360 Huguenot is another important step forward in our work to make what already is one of Westchester’s most interesting downtowns even more successful, generating jobs, housing and tax revenue for the city and county,” said Seth Pinsky, executive vice president of RXR Realty.

“At 360 Huguenot, we are bringing a new level of luxury living to the area, and, reflective of our commitment to ensuring that downtown New Rochelle becomes a magnet for residents, businesses and visitors alike, we are doing so in a manner that will also enhance the neighborhood’s status as a center of culture, with the addition of a new arts and cultural space at the building’s base.”

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