The general concept is to convert industrial property to a village-like setting that opens up views of Long Island Sound and connects the waterfront to downtown.
As New Rochelle considers using eminent domain to relocate a city yard, the option of leaving the yard in Echo Bay appears to be off the table.
New Rochelle is analyzing the feasibility of relocating a city yard to a site that includes 10 businesses and one residential property near Flowers Park.
The City Council agrees to negotiate a memorandum of understanding with Manhattan-based Twining Properties, but several questions on the project remain.
The City Council considers new developers for Echo Bay, six months after abandoning Forest City Residential Inc.’s development plan amid community opposition.
Forest City Residential Group Inc. will no longer seek $2 million it said it was entitled to in planning for an aborted waterfront project
New Rochelle releases a statement that says it won't reimburse Forest City Residential Group Inc., which said it was entitled to $2 million for its out of pocket expenses.
Mayor Noam Bramson was the sole dissenting voice in the 6-1 vote.
New Rochelle's mayor "disappointed" that City Council likely will vote to set aside project.
The New Rochelle City Council is set to vote on a land disposition agreement with Forest City on Nov. 26.
At a fiery meeting of the City Council Tuesday, officials voted to table the controversial project until January.
Opposition will gather on the steps of New Rochelle City Hall Tuesday, rallying against Forest City Residential Inc.'s proposal to redevelop New Rochelle's Echo Bay.
New Rochelle holds a juried design competition for a waterfront redevelopment project.
A long-discussed development project finally seems headed for official approval despite community opposition.
Stalled by the recession, a proposed mixed-use development on New Rochelle’s Echo Bay has been revived in a scaled-down plan.