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MTA seeks retailers for Bronxville, Rye train stations

Cushman & Wakefield is marketing space at the village and city train stations for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

Bronxville redux: Collaboration fills vacant storefronts

“Bronxville is leased up now,” said Jonathan H. Gordon. “The vacancy rate is far below what you see in New York City and other central business districts.”

William Macaulay to lead NYU Langone’s reconstructive surgery division

Before joining NYU Langone in January 2017 as its medical director for international patient services, Macaulay was the director of orthopedic surgery at NYP/Lawrence Hospital in Bronxville.

Fareri Associates opens Villa BXV condos in Bronxville

The downtown condominium project was stalled for several years by the 2008 bankruptcy of its previous developer.

Empty storefronts pose challenge for Bronxville

“Sadly, we’re part of a national trend, the incredible rise of the internet,” said Bronxville Mayor Mary Marvin.

Chester Heights commercial building sells for $2.9 million

The two-story property in the town of Eastchester houses a dozen retail and office tenants.

Sarah Lawrence College names Cristle Collins Judd new president

Judd will replace Karen R. Lawrence, who will step down in July. She will be the 11th president in the school's 91-year history.

Sarah Lawrence College president to step down next year

The president of Sarah Lawrence College will step down next year, the school announced Wednesday. Karen R. Lawrence, who became president of the small, Yonkers...

Houlihan Lawrence restores founding office in Bronxville

The brokerage traces its founding to 1888 in Bronxville, when a former estate gatehouse was made a housing development sales office.

White Plains-based InspiriaMedia Group aquires Gibbons Digital

In an effort to boost its digital operations, InspiriaMedia Group, a marketing firm based in White Plains, has acquired Gibbons Digital, a Bronxville social...

Bronxville Business Center joins shared office space trend

  The days of small businesses working out of large offices could be numbered, at least in the view of Michael Hymes. Hymes, the principal of Bronxville accounting...

State tax cap shrunk to 1.66%

The 2 percent cap gets tighter due to CPI, reduction in inflation.

DeCicco’s to shutter in Chester Heights

Chamber says big players are the cause.

Developer wanted in Bronxville

The village of Bronxville looks to redevelop a former power plant site.

Cancer centers continue progress in Westchester

Two new cancer centers in Westchester are continuing to make progress toward eventual openings.