PELHAM, NY—For almost 20 years Joseph Apicellawas developer Louis Cappelli's right-hand manduring the approval process for just about all of the firm'shigh-profile projects in Westchester County.

The residential development firm The MacQuestenCompanies has announced that Apicella has left Cappelli'sfirm and has joined the Pelham-based company as its managingdirector of development.

The former executive vice president for Valhalla, NY-basedCappelli Enterprises, Apicella played pivotal roles in thedevelopment of The Ritz-Carlton, Westchester Renaissance Square, a1.4 million square-foot complex in downtown White Plains thatincludes a 43-story tower, the tallest building in WestchesterCounty; City Center White Plains, which includes the 212-unit TrumpTower high-rise and an 18-screen National Cinema Deluxe moviemultiplex; Trump Plaza New Rochelle—that city's tallest building;and the Trump Park Residences Yorktown. The combined value of thoseprojects exceeds $2 billion.

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John Jordan

John Jordan is a veteran journalist with 36 years of print and digital media experience.