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Avon sells Rye property for $23.1 million

The property was bought by Midland Rye LLC, a vehicle of real estate firm George Comfort & Sons, the Feil Organization, a New York City-based real estate investment, development and management firm, and O’Connor Capital Partners.

Cumulus selling Bronxville radio station, keeping WFAS for now

Both WFAS-AM at 1230 on the dial and its FM sister station had been transmitting from a 7-acre site at 365 Secor Road in Hartsdale since 1947.

Douglas Elliman residential report shows strength in regional sales

The report said that the number of residential sales in Westchester rose 14.5% to 2,495 in the second quarter of 2019.

MGM Resorts International betting on a full casino license in Yonkers

Only after receiving a full commercial casino license could Empire City also be licensed for sports betting.

Pentegra targets millennials with financial wellness advice

Richard W. Rausser said it takes education, not badgering, to help millennials get on the right financial path leading to a secure retirement.

Nonprofit disabilities service-provider ACDS finds success in Westchester

ACDS Inc., which now has about 80 people on its payroll in Westchester, may be adding more personnel and additional facilities as demand for its services continues to grow.

Westchester to receive $14.8M more from feds for runway repaving at...

The funds are in addition to a $4 million award that was announced in May.

CBRE report shows both confidence and softness in 2Q office market

There still is good news to be found within the market even though some numbers are down.

Houlihan Lawrence’s report shows weaker luxury home sales

For Westchester, the second quarter of 2019 was the third consecutive quarter that luxury homes sales in the $2 million and higher category went down.

$70M loan for River Club property in Yonkers

The commercial real estate advisory firm Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) arranged the loan on behalf of Strategic Capital.

Latimer: County sales tax increase won’t hurt mom and pop businesses

County Executive George Latimer said that people don’t make shopping decisions based on small differences in sales tax rates.

Mount Vernon mayor pleads guilty to taking campaign funds; will resign...

Mayor Richard Thomas pleaded guilty to third-degree attempted grand larceny and second-degree offering a false instrument for filing. Both are misdemeanors.

Environmental review of 105 residential units in Mamaroneck may be ending

Development would take place on 29 acres of the 116-acre property at 1025 Cove Road, off Orienta Avenue.

Layoffs coming to LimeLife USA’s Elmsford warehouse

The company is described as retailing chemical-free, natural, organic skincare and professional makeup.

White Plains approves plans for Financial Center remake

There are three buildings on the site. Office buildings are at 50 Main St. and 1-11 Martine Ave. and an apartment building is at 34 S. Lexington Ave.