Yesterday, New Rochelle broke ground on a renovated Anderson Plaza (between North Avenue and New Roc) that will will include bubbler play fountains, new seating options, refreshed landscaping, and a café building.  The design reflects the City’s commitment to pedestrian-friendly urban planning, and will be usable as outdoor event space for farmers markets, festivals, and live performances..

There’s more information in this press release, with details on the project here, and renderings of the completed space here.