New Rochelle booms on.
The tallest building in New Rochelle will be a 48 story residential tower at 11 Lawton Street on the corner of Main Street.
The entire project will consist of a 22-story, 190-room hotel and a 48-story residential tower featuring 143 condominium units and 453 rental apartments, 60 of which will be designated as affordable.
The design of the hotel’s podium will incorporate the adaptive reuse of the historic National City Bank of New Rochelle building, which was designed by architect Henry Bacon and constructed in 1906.
The overall development will also include 8,102 square feet of restaurant and bar space, 2,953 of retail and 627 on-site parking spaces.
The property — developed by DB Main and 11 Lawton, LLC, based out of San Francisco, and designed by Hill West Architects of New York City — “will stand as a focal point of New Rochelle’s new Downtown Overlay Zone, a 279-acre tract now undergoing a large-scale transformation on schedule to attract $6.7 billion in public-private investment,” according to a news release.
In addition, Allstate Ventures has released renderings of Westchester Place, an upcoming three-building development downtown.
The first building to break ground is located at 64 Centre Street, a 14-story structure that will contain 144 units, on-site parking, and 1,550 square feet of ground-floor retail. The apartments will range from studios to two-bedroom layouts.
Construction at 64 Centre Street is expected to kick off this autumn.