Commercial real estate brokerage Cushman & Wakefield announced that it has been named excusing leasing agent for the ground-floor retail space at 71-unit apartment building at 165 Huguenot St.
Developer Megalith Capital Management and partner East & Hudson broke ground in August 2017 on the 6-story building, which will have a mix of studios and one- and two-bedroom apartments. The apartment name is an homage to the site’s previous occupant, Lloyd Machinery Ltd., which sold and serviced graphic arts machinery in a since-razed office building.
The apartments and ground-floor retail will be next door to Trump Plaza and across the street from the New Roc City Entertainment Complex. The building will also be a roughly 5-minute walk to New Rochelle’s Transit Center, which offers access to Metro-North and Amtrak trains.
“We are excited to take part in the revitalization of downtown New Rochelle,” said Sam Sidhu, founder and CEO of Megalith Capital Management in a statement. “We believe The Printhouse is uniquely positioned in its proximity to transportation and the downtown retail corridor.”