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The revitalization of downtown New Rochelle, which the city shows as having 32 projects either complete or in various stages of development, received an...
According to Philip Watkins, principal of Megalith Capital Management, developer of The Printhouse at 165 Huguenot St. in New Rochelle, more than 20% of...
“When this happens, it will be completely transformative," Luiz Aragon, commissioner of development said. "It will change how people perceive our city.”
Luiz Aragon told the 300 guests at the breakfast gathering that there are 11 active construction sites in New Rochelle, with 27 projects approved.
“We’re all about figuring out how to work collaboratively with communities and listening to what they want and what they need,” RXR Metropolitan Executive Vice President Seth Pinsky said at the Oct. 4 "Economic Development in Our Urban Hubs" discussion.
Parsonage House LLC, the New York company that sold the property to a BlackMountain Partners affiliate, filed notice that it was suing over “goods and merchandise” retained by the developer.
The New Rochelle Industrial Development Agency has amended a tax abatement deal to protect itself against the possibility that a portion of the $48 million 70 Nardozzi Place project isn’t built.
“Today we are saying location, service, service,” RPW Group CEO Robert Weisz, told a group of real estate officials Thursday at the HVEDC's “Hudson Valley Visionaries: A Look Into the Future of Commercial Real Estate.”
New Rochelle is a “model of what an urban – suburban area can look like,” said Mayor Noam Bramson.
“This is one of my happier moments,” Charles B. Strome III, chairman of the city’s Industrial Development Agency, said at a meeting about plans for 70 Nardozzi Place.
Whoever wins the development rights may not disrupt fire department operations and must relocate the station.
Paul Spadaccini doubts that the city is willing to pay what he thinks his property is worth.
The tricky part is that whoever wins development rights must retain and improve the firefighting services, on site or elsewhere, and not interrupt the fire service.