New Rochelle’s downtown redevelopment plans continue to move forward. And it’s not just about new construction; rehabilitation of older buildings is also an important part of our strategy.
That’s why the transformation of 5 Anderson Street is such good news. Abandoned for several years, the mid-rise building at the corner of North Avenue is now reopening with luxury rental apartments, a restaurant at ground level . . . and an arts theme throughout.
Take a look at this material from the Business Improvement District, which describes art exhibits and installations. And if you want to see things firsthand, there’s an open house free to the public this Saturday, with other events in the weeks ahead.