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RXR held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for One Clinton Park, its newest residential tower in downtown New Rochelle, New York

RXR Cuts the Ribbon on New Rochelle Resi Tower 

RXR and Greystar Real Estate Partners cut the ribbon Monday on One Clinton Park, RXR’s newest residential rental tower in New Rochelle, NY. As the master developer of Downtown New Rochelle, RXR previously opened 360 Huguenot in 2019 and is constructing Two Clinton Park with a 2023 completion expected. 

As part of the ribbon-cutting, RXR, in partnership with the City of New Rochelle, announced the “2022 One Clinton Park Contest,” a social media competition giving artists and creative entrepreneurs the opportunity to live rent-free in a luxury studio apartment at One Clinton Park for one year.  

“RXR is committed to building up and maintaining New Rochelle’s creative energy,” said Joanne Minieri, COO at RXR. “This competition will allow a deserving community artist to continue their work in the city, and do so at no cost.” 

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