Following approvals from city agencies, construction will soon begin on a new, seven-story residential building in New Rochelle, New York. The structure will replace a parking lot at 25 Maple Avenue.
Aerial images of The Standard in New Rochelle, New York reveal façade and exterior detailing has nearly wrapped at the new high-rise building, which will further anchor the ongoing renaissance in the vicinity. The photos come courtesy of Karen Hessel, posted on the YIMBY Forums.
Now almost at its tenth floor, “The Standard” is on its way to an imminent 14-story pinnacle above New Rochelle. The upcoming residential building is located at 251 Northern Avenue, and began construction earlier this year. The project is being developed by the Cappelli Organization. The groundbreaking ceremony was held in April, and construction has progressed swiftly over the past eight months.
New Rochelle‘s Industrial Development Agency will consider a new 23-story project located at 277 North Avenue. The tower will include a mix of market rate and affordable rental units above lower-level retail and an adjacent enclosed parking structure.
The development of a new 14-story residential high-rise has officially kicked-off in the downtown corridor of New Rochelle, New York. Located at 251 North Avenue, “The Standard” will partially repurpose an iconic, a historic, Neo-Classical structure that once housed daily newspaper The Standard Star.