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Cappelli Reaches Another Milestone in New Rochelle with 3THIRTY3 Opening

Among those attending the event with Louis Cappelli was BCW Executive VP and COO John Ravitz

Louis Cappelli, a pioneer in the revitalization of downtown New Rochelle, reached another milestone last week with the grand opening of 3THIRTY3, a 28-story tower featuring 285 luxury apartments with world-class amenities plus high-end indoor and outdoor recreational spaces.

Located at 333 Huguenot Street in the heart of downtown New Rochelle, the soaring glass tower features apartments with sophisticated style and high-end design with white quartz countertops, energy-efficient stainless-steel appliances and luxury vinyl plank flooring. Each apartment has walk-in closets with built-in shelving and floor-to-ceiling windows with spectacular panoramic views of Long Island Sound and New York City.

The market’s response to 3THIRTY3 has been remarkable. Since the start of leasing a few months ago, more than 50 percent of the apartments are leased and 120 new residents have already moved in.

Speaking at a festive grand opening event attended by more than 60 dignitaries and guests, Cappelli, who is CEO of the Cappelli Organization, said “We are thrilled by the tremendous response we’ve received to this exciting and extraordinary new building. With 3THIRTY3 we are taking New Rochelle’s luxury rental market to a whole new level with world class amenities.” “We are particularly pleased to be part of the remarkable renaissance underway in downtown New Rochelle,” he added. The Cappelli Organization is a BCW Member and a member of the BCW’s Coalition for Smart Development.

“Louis Cappelli was among the key pioneers whose vision and confidence helped bring about the positive transformation of downtown New Rochelle. Now, at 3THIRTY3, he takes our downtown to a new level, with design and amenities that establish the highest standards for our community and that reflect our aspirations for sustainable growth. The opening of 3THIRTY3 is yet another example of New Rochelle’s forward momentum, as we evolve into the best city in the region to live, work, and grow,” said New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson.

Luxury amenities include a multimedia lounge; Full-Swing Golf Multi-Sport Simulator with brew bar; mixology lounge; professional chef’s event kitchen; outdoor terrace with fire pit; grilling area, and pizza oven. There is also an exclusive full spectrum infrared sauna and New Rochelle’s only all-season indoor/outdoor swimming pool.

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