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Lake Mahopac island featuring Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home relisted at $12.9M

The island has been on and off the market since 2012, and is now being listed at $12.9 million.

Antinozzi Associates takes on the challenges of architectural renovations

"If a school was built in 1910 or 1920, they were built like brick you-know-what-houses," Ayles said. “They’re not going anywhere."

Albany architecture firm CSArch opens White Plains office

The White Plains office will serve as the Capital region firm's base in the county, as well as Long Island and Connecticut.

Norwalk architect has designs on new urban centers

“I’ve been working in this neighborhood since 1990,” said Beinfield in an interview at the 1 Marshall St. office for his Beinfield Architecture PC.

Stamford’s Prutting & Co. a fixture in custom homebuilding niche

“Every job is unique,” Prutting stated. “As I tell these architects jokingly: if you draw it upside down, we’ll build it upside down.”

Grace Farms receives IIT architecture award

The architects who created the New Canaan community center wer honored for its distinctive central building.

Credits, Clients and Awards Westchester County 3-4-13

The Business Council of Westchester announced the recipients of its 2013 Business Hall of Fame Awards, and more.

Beinfield lands AIA award

Beinfield Architecture won AIA recognition for its design of the Volo Aviation building in Stratford.

Think you know where your property line is?

A Redding architect explains why a survey of your property is one of the most important pieces of paper you should own.

Gold coastal property

Connecticut shared in a historic mortgage settlement; Fairfield County real estate news.

Bridgeport conundrum

Fletcher-Thompson is returning to its Bridgeport roots.

In brief

News and notes from around Fairfield County.

Structural integrity

James G. Rogers Architects survived a dire period for architects with a specific design.

Drawn to green

Husband and wife architects James and Juhee Lee Hartford create a unique home on a Philipstown mountaintop.

Life in small measure

Michael DelPriore was building elegant dollhouses for children of very wealthy parents. Actually, he builds models for his clients.