The highly sought-after hamlets of Chappaqua and Millwood now boast an even greater reason to settle down in beautiful New Castle: Chappaqua Crossing
Located on the stunning former campus of Reader’s Digest on Roaring Brook Road, upscale multi-use Chappaqua Crossing benefitted from the combined strengths of Summit Development and Greenfield partners working together with the New Castle Town Board to create, as Town Supervisor Robert Greenstein proudly shares: “a vibrant commercial center.”
Comprised of six separate buildings of varying sizes, the 120,000-square-foot center is anchored by a sleek Whole Foods Market, a new fitness club and a growing roster of retail, service and health care providing tenants. But Chappaqua Crossing is about more than retail and service options. Historic Wallace Auditorium, saved from demolition through a unique consortium of municipal and private support, was donated to the town in 2017, and renamed the Chappaqua Performing Arts Center (ChappPAC). Established to provide diverse arts and cultural programming for community members and people throughout the region, the 425-seat venue is one of Westchester’s best-kept live performance secrets. See next page for more details about ChappPAC, and how to support this New Castle jewel of a newcomer.
Ready to move in? The newly-revitalized, historic Cupola Building contains 64 apartments and provides a unique mix of market-rate and affordable housing units, and the North Village of Chappaqua Crossing will feature 91 Georgian-style two- and three-bedroom residences to be built by Toll Brothers with amenities galore. chappaquacrossing.com