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Old Posted Mar 2, 2018, 3:38 AM
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NEW ROCHELLE | 14 Lecount Place | 2 x 27 FLOORS



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This 27-story mixed use development will include 500 residential units; ground floor retail on Main Street, LeCount Place and North Avenue; 270 on-site and 215 off-site parking spaces. The project is proposed to be built in two phases.

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I really like the New Rochelle has seen its development potential, much like White Plains.
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I'm a fan of the unit count and duel tower design. Similar to the Church-Division duel tower project.
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Here's a higher-res rendering. Not a full one, however.. but you get the idea.

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LoHud - New Rochelle: More reduced-rate units coming to downtown
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Phase one, a $166 million, 27-story building that is within walking distance from the city’s train station, received Planning Board approval in April. The tower will house 379 units, approximately 84 are studio apartments, 207 are one-bedrooms and 87 are two-bedrooms.

Seventy-six units will be rented at a reduced rate.
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The developers said demolition of the funeral home and three reatail buildings on the site will take place this summer, with construction expected to begin in early fall. The project will take an estimated 28 months to complete.
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New Rochelle is arguably outbuilding White Plains, Stamford and New Brunswick right now. Impressive.
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caissons in the ground, this is U/C.


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