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The estimated $320 million Broadview at Purchase College will be a 40-acre senior living neighborhood featuring 220 homes.
The report from Citizen Budget Commission argues state and local municipalities have spent more on economic development initiatives without enacting meaningful transparency reforms around the grants and tax breaks.
The state's approval comes weeks after the utility called for a moratorium on new natural gas hookups for most of its Westchester territory starting March 15.
Envisioning your future million-dollar home within a former industrial site is no easy task. Toll Brothers is trying to make it easier through the...
About 1.2 million square feet of vacant space could be removed from the market if a proposal to turn the former IBM campus in Somers into a STEM-focused private high school is finalized.
Blum began his career in health care as a paramedic and paramedic instructor.
The company expects the 375 kilowatt battery storage system to save money and reduce its reliance on the grid during days of peak demand.
Nyre told the Business Journal that his focus remains at Iona through June and "we're going to keep moving forward."
County Executive George Latimer said that the county would request the state Public Service Commission delay Con Edison’s plan to stop accepting natural gas connections from new customers after March 15.
Nyre has led the New Rochelle private Roman Catholic college since 2011.
With the increase, the bill for a residential consumer in Westchester using 300 kilowatt hours would rise $6.10, to an average of $114 per month.
The Binghamton-based HealthlinkNY announced this morning that it will merge into Syracuse-based HealtheConnections. The combined organization will spans 26 counties in central New York and the Southern Tier and Hudson Valley regions.
RPW Group plans to add apartments to its signature 620,000-square-foot office complex along the I-287 corridor in White Plains.
The statement was in response to the Westchester County Association's announced merger plans with the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corp.
HVEDC President and CEO Michael Oates said his organization views the Westchester County Association as a name known statewide, capable of strengthening the HVEDC regional efforts.