The Westchester Italian Cultural Center building has a rich and varied present and past, serving many purposes since it was erected in the early twentieth century. The cornerstone was laid in 1910, and construction was completed in 1913.
Now home to both the Generoso Pope Foundation offices, as well as the facilities of the unique Westchester Italian Cultural Center, the building originally served as Tuckahoe Village Hall. The building even housed Eastchester Town Hall for a short time. Clearly this elegant and historic structure possesses a strong and ever-evolving heritage, deeply rooted in the community around it.