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Section 8 voucher holders in Eastchester are upset because of the town's sudden decision to close its housing office. [Read More]
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The conversion of a retail space into offices is good news for retail real estate owners as major retailers, have been forced to close stores. [Read More]
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Amazon's decision to cancel plans for a second headquarters in Long Island City has ramifications in the lower Hudson Valley, say business leaders. [Read More]
The future of the sale contract is up in the air. [Read More]
One Gateway Plaza, a four-story office building in Port Chester, sold for $4.25 million. [Read More]
The Ridgeview apartment complex in Elmsford has a new owner. [Read More]
7 things to know about a 1930 cottage torn down in Pocantico Hills. [Read More]
Can newly built mixed-use development communities replicate Main Street? Projects on the rise in the Lower Hudson Valley. [Read More]
Projects in Yonkers, Dobbs Ferry and Chappaqua have been designed to feel like downtowns with homes, stores and amenities and walkable streets... [Read More]
U.S. Gypsum is set to be acquired by a German company, and Stony Point wants the new owner to reopen the Grassy Point plant. [Read More]
Developers are proposing a 7-story complex with 225 apartments, 400 parking spaces on Broadway parcels once home to Mrs. Greens, Bolton's... [Read More]
The new owner of the former Elmwood Country Club in Greenburgh wants to build a 175-unit townhouse community. [Read More]
Walmart has announced to close White Plains store Aug. 10. [Read More]
A lawsuit has been filed for a practice in which both buyer and seller are represented by the same firm. [Read More]
The median sales price of single-family homes in Westchester exceeded $700,000; inventory still low. [Read More]
Pocantico Hills residents voice their concerns over the impending demolition of a stucco home developed by John D. Rockefeller Jr. [Read More]
A pickup truck got off Soundview Avenue in White Plains on Sunday and drove onto a front lawn, barely missing the house. [Read More]
From Lederle to Wyeth to Pfizer: Pearl River campus is renamed New York Center for Innovation; tenants now include Profectus BioSciences. [Read More]
The rapidly-growing sharing economy has reached the world of top equestrians: An Airbnb-like online platform that helps horse owners find barns and stalls near their... [Read More]
The Business Council of Westchester unveils the first comprehensive local data base, aiming to spur economic development. [Read More]
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