New Roc City, New Rochelle

A Cappelli Enterprises property, New Roc City is a large multi venue complex which includes cinema, restaurants, hotel accommodations, retail, residential living and an athletic center.  This complex had replaced a mall which was anchored by Macy's, one of the nation's premier retailers.  Much earlier in the history of New Rochelle, this same site was occupied by St. Johns Methodist Church.

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