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Dos Gatos, described as an upscale cantina-style eatery, will open at the end of the month next to the lobby of The Alder, a new 101-room hotel.
The deal is the latest step in Simone's plan to build a pediatric ambulatory care center for Montefiore Medical Center at the 118,000-square-foot building.
The preserve and its 65-mile carriage road network – designed by the Rockefeller family – are on track to join the state and national register of historic places.
The brewery is pouring beers and selling merchandise from the mall food court through Christmas Eve. The pop-up is part of the mall's efforts to appeal to visitors as a "community center."
The roughly $48 million proposal comes from two developers who have led recent major real estate projects in Westchester County.
The school's midtown space will grow to more than 95,000 square feet over the next two years. The campus will be rebranded as MercyManhattan.
The Virginia-based Harbor Group International announced Dec. 5 that it has acquired the apartment tower near the city's train station, with partner Azure Partners LLC.
AvalonBay plans to build 143 rental units, along with 27,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space on grounds currently used for Metro-North parking.
Westchester's two largest deals of 2018 involve apartment properties. The buyer in the third-largest deal, meanwhile, plans to convert office space to apartments.
The region's jump in bookings and search interest place it among global cities and destinations on the travel website's top places to visit next year.
The Rye resident recently launched the third initiative bearing his name, Robert Georgio Art, through which he will promote two separate series of contemporary paintings he has developed over the past five years.
A plan from Simone Development and Montefiore Medical Center to open a pediatric ambulatory care center in Harrison is just the latest sign of...
Cushman & Wakefield has been named excusing leasing agent for the 3,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space at the apartment development at 165 Huguenot St.
The 23,000-square-foot estate was built in 1890 for Charles Oliver Iselin, an American banker and yachtsman.
The proposal, led by Boston-based real estate firm Marcus Partners, would knock down a 160,000-square-foot office building and build in its place 450 apartments in two buildings.