Program Celebrates Nine Historic Properties

Huguenot Children’s Library

Zion Baptist Church

“Blue Anchor”

The City was delighted once again to recognize several properties whose distinctive charm, architectural significance, or exceptional design contribute to the character of New Rochelle. The nine properties selected this year by a distinguished panel of judges are:

  • Clark-Berrian House at 1120 North Avenue
  • Mahlstedt House (Huguenot Children’s Library) at 794 North Avenue
  • The Arcade Building (The Curtain Shop) at 541 Main Street
  • Huguenot Yacht Club at Harbor Lane West
  • Blue Anchor, the former home of cartoonist Clare Briggs, at 1 Byworth Road
  • Former Women’s Club of New Rochelle (Zion Baptist Church) at 50 Lockwood Avenue
  • Fire Station No. 4 at 155 Drake Avenue
  • Fire Station No. 3 at 756 North Avenue
  • Fire Station No. 2 at 170 Webster Avenue

Each property will have a plaque stationed beside it in a publicly visible location. They will also be included in updated historic maps of New Rochelle. Through these annual awards, we raise public awareness about our rich history, and help ensure that New Rochelle’s heritage is valued by future generations.”