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Settlement of opioid lawsuits may be on the horizon, NY attorney...

“We are beginning to engage in discussions with the individuals who are responsible for this crisis,” James said in an interview with the Business Journal.

Stratus on Hudson apartment building opens in Yonkers

Efforts to develop the site dating from the early 2000s were unsuccessful due to a variety of problems such as bankruptcy, foreclosure, landslides and lawsuits.

Westfair Communications honors 2019 Top Wealth Advisors

Westfair Comnmunications' 2019 Top Wealth Advisors Awards event took place on May 16 at Greystone on Hudson, with Andrew Maloney, a senior vice president of PIMCO, giving introductory remarks.

Westchester Medical Center begins phasing in $230M ambulatory care pavilion

The facility represents a $230 million investment by WMCHealth, which said it has been the largest health care construction project in Westchester since Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital opened.

Burke-Blythedale program seeking improved neurological treatments for children

The collaboration has been working on taking basic neuroscience research being conducted at Burke and creating clinical applications to enhance treatment for children with neurological impairments at Blythedale.

Chappaqua Crossing almost crossing the finish line

“We are so excited to be opening a second location in Chappaqua Crossing,” said Tanya Tochner, who owns the boutique ROCKS, which also has a location in Armonk.

Performance Flight takes off with technology in education 

Lewis Liebert said that what they’re doing is different even from what’s happening with technology outside of aviation in public and private education.

White Plains collects some IDA development tax breaks for taxpayers

Sales tax exemptions and mortgage abatements are among the most common benefits the Westchester IDA provides and have been seemingly routinely granted to developers of projects in White Plains.

China Construction America marks opening of River Club at Hudson Park...

Pricing begins at $1,720 for studios, $2,190 for one-bedroom units, and $2,870 for two bedrooms.

The Club at Briarcliff Manor readies for its first residents

The property was once home to Walter Law, a wealthy vice president of the W&J Sloane furniture company in New York City.

At WCA Real Estate Summit, New Rochelle official cites city’s quick...

Luiz Aragon told the 300 guests at the breakfast gathering that there are 11 active construction sites in New Rochelle, with 27 projects approved.

Transylvania U. President Seamus Carey to lead Iona College

Carey, a Bronx native, will become the ninth president of Iona, succeeding Joseph E. Nyre.

Seven-year opening day attendance record set at Playland

A total of 8,228 people were admitted to the park in Rye, the highest number recorded on opening day in seven years.

Woodbury Common expansion review underway; road improvements near completion

In addition to new retail space, there would be two 120-room hotels and two new parking structures, as well as 12,000 square feet of new space designated for restaurants.

White Plains collects some IDA development tax breaks for taxpayers

According to White Plains Mayor Tom Roach, since his first days on the Common Council, “I sought ways to try and shift the burden off of our local taxpayers, and this is one of the ways that we do that.”