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The Historical and Landmarks Review Board (HLRB) is a seven member City Board, first appointed by the City Council in 1985. The HLRB recommends the designation of districts and landmarks to City Council and reviews all exterior renovations and new construction in the local historic district and for local landmarks. As a New York State Certified Local Government agency, the HLRB is committed to identifying and perpetuating the historic elements that make New Rochelle unique.
Thomas Paine Cottage 2009
Thomas Paine Cottage
New Rochelle’s only National Historic Landmark, the Thomas Paine Cottage, is only one of 18 historic properties in Westchester County to have earned this important designation, and only one of about 2,500 in the entire country.  [read more]
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The New Rochelle Railroad Station was built in 1887 and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2009.
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