The New Rochelle Industrial Development Agency is reviewing plans to construct a 26-story mixed-use building at 316 Huguenot Street. Updated renderings seem to replace former proposals to construct a 14-story tower at the same location. The project is being developed by Allstate Ventures, LLC with designs rendered by Richard Bienenfeld Architect.
The new plans call for 315 rental apartments, 5,288 square feet of retail space, and 1,214 square feet of office space. This arrives as a drastic increase from a 14-story, 190 unit building with 3,276 square feet of ground-floor retail.
As a whole, the updated renderings resemble previous iterations of the project. At the base of the building, the illustrations depict a dynamic retail corridor with floor-to-ceiling windows and polished gray masonry. Above the commercial podium, the façade is constructed of white cladding with black-framed windows.
At this time, the mix of residential layouts and amenity spaces have not been revealed. The renderings, however, do appear to depict an open-air roof deck and private outdoor spaces for select units.
A timeline for the project has not yet been revealed and the overall status of development is listed as “under review” on the Industrial Development Agency’s website. When complete, the tower will join a trio of new buildings known as Westchester Place.