While the thunderous sounds of jackhammers, bulldozers, cranes and other construction machines continue to build New Rochelle’s future landscape, it’s a sign of the real estate times in the pristine New York suburbs that all this was needed.
The home of affluent, influential captains of industry and movers and shakers, New Rochelle’s ballyhooed unique downtown real estate evolution has already pleased many who deem this luxury development worthwhile and highly impressive. The 80,000 residents of this diverse city will soon see its downtown area historically renewed.
This was a plan that was a long time in the making.
It began quite astutely when one of Westchester County’s favorite sons and one of the most prominent developers in the United States commenced his initial real estate outline of New Rochelle and created the sophisticated, tasteful Trump Plaza, now the second tallest building in Westchester. Louis Cappelli then broke more ground in our home city and built the welcoming and premier Lofts At New Roc. New Roc City, another Cappelli masterpiece, fits well in the city and has garnered success in its own right.
While Cappelli was there from the beginning with his clear, unmistakable vision, he hasn’t rested on his laurels. The exceptionally talented developer who has always seen enormous potential in New Rochelle, has now proudly erected The Standard residential building that is sure to attract transplants from New York City and residents who desire to live in a highly luxurious apartment so close to everything that the great city has to offer.
Cappelli’s current real estate entry has been received with open arms. His intuition and perceptiveness has prevailed again as The Standard brings much-needed luxury housing to New Rochelle’s downtown. The building showcases fashionable studio, one- and two-bedroom suites brimming with amenities — as well as covered parking and 4,000 square feet of paramount retail space. All of this is ideally located steps away from shopping, restaurants, nightlife and a quick train ride into New York City.
At The Standard, you have everything at your fingertips.
I tip my hat to the preeminent developer once more.
Build and they shall come.