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Driving into Downtown New Rochelle is a snap, and there's plenty of parking when you get there.

Directions:

  • from 95 going north (From Manhattan, New Jersey, and the George Washington, Whitestone and Throgs Neck bridges)
    Take 95 North to Exit 16 (North Avenue, Cedar Street, New Rochelle, New Roc City). Bear left on the exit ramp. Make a left at the "Welcome to New Rochelle" sign. Take the first right and go under the overpass to Cedar Street. Continue through the traffic light on Cedar Street to Huguenot Street/U.S. Route 1. Make right on to Huguenot Street into Downtown.

  • from 95 going south (from Port Chester, Connecticut)
    Take 95 South to Exit 16 (North Avenue, Cedar Street, New Rochelle, New Roc City). Bear sharp left off the exit ramp. Bearing left around the traffic circle, follow signs to North Avenue to first stop sign. Continue through stop sign and bear right under the overpass to Cedar Street. Continue on Cedar Street through traffic light to Huguenot Street/U.S. Route 1. Make right on to Huguenot Street into Downtown.

  • from 287 going east (from upstate New York, Tappan Zee Bridge, White Plains)
    Follow 287 East to 95 South Junction (New York). Continue on 95 South to Exit 16 (North Avenue, Cedar Street, New Rochelle, New Roc City). Bear sharp left off the exit ramp. Bearing left around the traffic circle, follow signs to North Avenue to first stop sign. Continue through stop sign and bear right under the overpass to Cedar Street. Continue on Cedar Street through traffic light to Huguenot Street/U.S. Route 1. Make right on to Huguenot Street into Downtown.

  • from the Cross County Parkway going east (from Manhattan, Yonkers)
    Take the Cross County Parkway going East to Exit 9 (Hutchinson River Parkway South, Whitestone Bridge). Go briefly south to Exit 12, (East Lincoln Avenue, Pelham, Mount Vernon). Make right at stop sign to traffic light. Turn right at light onto Lincoln Avenue and continue approximately 1 mile to Memorial Highway. Make a right on Memorial Highway and continue straight into Downtown.

  • from Hutchinson River Parkway going south (from Connecticut, White Plains, Rockland County)
    Take Hutchinson River Parkway South towards the Whitestone Bridge to Exit 18E, (Mill Road East, North Avenue). At Exit 18E bear right onto North Avenue. Travel south on North Avenue for approximately 3 miles into Downtown.

  • from Hutchinson River Parkway going north (from east side of Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Long Island)
    Take Hutchinson River Parkway North towards Connecticut until Exit 6 (95 North, New Rochelle, New Haven). Take 95 North to Exit 16 (North Avenue, Cedar Street, New Rochelle, New Roc City). Bear left on the exit ramp. Make a left at the "Welcome to New Rochelle" sign. Take the first right and go under the overpass to Cedar Street. Continue through the traffic light on Cedar Street to Huguenot Street/U.S. Route 1. Make right on to Huguenot Street into Downtown.

  • from north New Rochelle, Eastchester and Scarsdale
    Travel south on North Avenue for approximately 3 miles to Downtown.

  • from Larchmont and Mamaroneck
    Travel west on Boston Post Road/U.S. Route 1 until it becomes Huguenot Street. Follow Huguenot Street into Downtown.

Parking
For information, visit www.newrochelleny.com or call LAZ Parking/New Rochelle at (914) 654-2186

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