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New Rochelle is a neighborhood with its focus squarely on the future. A safe, diverse community, New Rochelle is home to a bustling Main Street, a vibrant arts scene, breathtaking natural greenspaces, and some of the best public schools in Westchester. Strong focus on community development also ensures life in New Rochelle will only keep getting better.
New Rochelle’s bustling Main Street and historic downtown offer walkable areas filled with unique cafes, restaurants, and boutiques that keep people coming back. Exciting bars and nightlife hotspots also provide plenty of excitement after the sun goes down. Enjoy live music at eateries like Alvin And Friends, where Sunday jazz brunch is a local favorite.
Traditional parks with picnic areas, community gardens, and a full-service marina – New Rochelle’s neighborhood parks are an ideal way to get in touch with nature. Enjoy beaches and boating on the Long Island Sound during the summer. Serene neighborhood parks like Hudson Park offer playgrounds, hiking trails, athletic areas, and a concert series in the summer. Ruby Dee Park - located in front of the Public Library - houses The New Rochelle Walk of Fame, which commemorates notable individuals with distinct ties to New Rochelle.
New Rochelle is a creative, diverse community that understands the importance of The Arts. A newly established Arts & Cultural District offers plenty of opportunities for local artists to showcase their innovative ideas. Inspired spaces like the Mahlstedt Gallery showcase contemporary artwork by cutting-edge international artists, while literary lounges like R Café host open mic nights for local writers. The New Rochelle Council On The Arts also hosts community-wide events like ArtsFest, the Summer Sounds Concerts Series, and public art exhibits that can be enjoyed by everyone.