City Officials Approve TRYP Hotel by Wyndam at 115 Cedar Street in New Rochelle

TRYP Hotel by Wyndham - Ward Capital ManagementTRYP Hotel by Wyndham - Ward Capital Management

The Westchester City Planning Board has greenlit the development of Tryp Hotel by Wyndam at 115 Cedar Street in downtown New Rochelle. The 24-story hotel will contain 225 short stay rooms in addition to a flexible event center.

Envisioned by developer Ward Capital Management, the entire property will comprise 245,000 square feet in the heart of New Rochelle’s city center. Hotel amenities include spa facilities, a restaurant and bar, a rooftop pool and grill, a 433-vehicle parking structure, and a ballroom.

“Hotels are an important component of the downtown revitalization,” said New Rochelle’s commissioner of development, Luiz Aragon. “With its boutique feel, resort amenities, and corporate scale, the TRYP Hotel by Wyndham will be unlike anything else in the lower Hudson Valley. As such, it will direct a new wave of regional tourism and corporate spending to New Rochelle’s downtown, supporting local businesses and the overall vitality of the city.”

TRYP Hotel by Wyndham - Ward Capital Management

TRYP Hotel by Wyndham – Ward Capital Management

Tryp Hotel arrives on the heels of a larger initiative to revive New Rochelle’s downtown center. Designed by RXR Realty, the urban masterplan will yield more than 12 million square feet of new construction, including up to 2.4 million square feet of commercial office space, one million square feet of retail, 6,370 housing units, and 1,200 hotel rooms. This effort is projected to bring an additional 12,000 to 15,000 new residents to the surrounding area when complete.

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3 Comments on "City Officials Approve TRYP Hotel by Wyndam at 115 Cedar Street in New Rochelle"

  1. Thanks for sharing! Very excited for New Rochelle’s future. We’ve got a lot of growth in progress and it’s very encouraging.

  2. Frederic Marlons | November 26, 2019 at 1:23 pm | Reply

    Why is some one who lives in gated parted of New Rochelle complains about SUNY Binghampton, how many Lincoln Avenues youths have you mentored instead of quickly turning them over to the police, remember Weschester Family Court is New Rochelle as well as White Plains, and the former food stamps office was in New Rochelle.New Rochelle does have bus services to White Plains. Bee Line is private entity run. Binghampton is devastated because IBM take its government subsidies and turn the profits to Wall St, a lot of Italian Americans in Binghampton when their businesses could not stay afloat, guess who they turn to, it was not the government, it was to the wise guys.

  3. Coleen Curtis, a nice person passed away no mention in any major paper, she tries to make the world a better place.

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