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Old January 11th, 2017, 12:51 AM   #1
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the city has issue a RFP for the site of NR's No. 1 firehouse. Zoning allows for a 28 story building. This will be another stand-out tower on the skyline.

New Rochelle Remains 'Open For Business' With Latest Development Proposal

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On Thursday, New Rochelle officials announced that they’ve issued a competitive request for proposal (RFP) to develop the parcel at 45 Harrison St., the site of New Rochelle Fire Station No. 1.
The property is located between Huguenot and Main Streets, east of the downtown business district , in the vicinity of I-95 . It includes more than 30,000-square-feet and is zoned to allow for a building 28 stories in height.
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Old January 18th, 2017, 03:47 PM   #2
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the two contenders are a three phased, three tower design and a 27 floor single tower design.

Developers present proposals for New Rochelle Fire Station site
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the 27 floor proposal has been chosen. Unanimously, apparently.

MacQuesten Chosen To Build High-Rise, Mixed Use Development In Downtown New Rochelle

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The New Rochelle City Council unanimously chose MacQuesten Development LLC, based in Mount Vernon, to build 282 residential units, about 9,500 square feet of retail space, a four-story parking garage and an option for 50,000 square feet of office space at 45 Harrison St., the site where New Rochelle Fire Station No.1 is now located.
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The $110 million, 27-story building will require the relocation of the fire station to a new site. MacQuesten said it intends to start construction on the new building while keeping the original station fully operational.

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New Rochelle's new city hall will occupy the bottom of the new tower. It is also confirmed to be 27 floors, not 28.

New Rochelle City Hall to Relocate Downtown

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At his State of the City speech on March 1, Mayor Noam Bramson announced the move of City Hall offices back downtown, from 515 North Avenue to 45 Harrison Street, the current site of Fire Station #1 and the future home of MacQuesten Development’s $110 million mixed-use development.

The City’s new municipal office complex will be built at the base of MacQuesten’s Harrison Street tower, located between Main and Huguenot Streets at the City’s eastern gateway. With this move, employees, residents and visitors alike will be brought closer to shops, restaurants, green space and transportation, creating a more robust daytime office population and bolstering downtown activity- all while saving tax dollars.

Following the move- anticipated for 2021- the City School District will take over the entire current City Hall building, allowing for more classrooms, administrative and programming space at a much lower capital expense than new construction.
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