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Apartment project pitched adjacent to North White Plains train station

The founders of BRP Companies, who went to college in Boston, started investing in real estate there and now have grown a portfolio valued...

Easton’s DistanceDesigns offers way forward for offices needing to address new...

“With traditional design, you pretty much follow a traditional model,” says co-founder and COO James Veal. “You put in this number of desks for that number of employees, along with the appropriate number of meeting rooms. But things are more complex now, and not just because of the coronavirus."

Cuomo says data show new COVID-19 cases concentrated in low-income areas

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlYlLt3t_uc&feature=youtu.be Most of the new COVID-19 cases in the New York City area are coming from poorer communities and municipal housing with high percentages of...

White Plains Hospital and other hard-hit centers coping with COVID-19

A report from the American Hospital Association paints a stark picture of the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the U.S. health care...

COVID-19: Drug trial producing positive anecdotal evidence; Cuomo decries social distancing...

Fast Facts: The governor said that today he would be increasing the maximum fine for violating the social distancing protocol from $500 to $1,000 ...

Queens developer buys Hartsdale’s Glasshouse apartment building for $29.2M

A 51-unit apartment building at 250 S. Central Ave., in Hartsdale has been sold for $29.2 million. Known as Glasshouse 250, the five-story building was...

New NY law to protect domestic violence victims from employment discrimination

One goal is to help make sure victims never have to worry about losing their jobs as they deal with the aftermath of what they’ve experienced.

Verco Properties buys White Plains apartment complexes for $22 million

The developments are The Reed located at 115 N. Broadway and The Dylan located at 42 Waller Ave.

Mercy College leases three College of New Rochelle campuses

The College of New Rochelle ceases academic operations on Aug. 10 and holds its final commencement on Aug. 20.

Norwalk’s SpikedSeltzer to host bicycle giveaway for Brooklyn subway riders

The bicycle event is an extension of SpikedSeltzer's national campaign that encourages consumers to "Follow Your Siren" with new experiences and adventures.

Fairfield receives $300K from state for improvements around Sherman Green

The money will be used to mitigate flooding risks, improve pedestrian safety and enhance visual appearance of the public green space.

New Rochelle rolls out summer market

BID transforms sleepy green into hip food world

Grading the Class B market

New York City is studying whether its Class B office space meets the needs of today’s startups – and drawing comparisons with competing locales, possibly to include Fairfield County.

“It’s just a hesitancy”

A longtime executive at Cushman & Wakefield, Joe Harbert recently joined Colliers International as head of the commercial real estate company’s eastern region. Harbert...

Starwood Capital plans Brooklyn hotel

With Toll Brothers, Starwood Capital Group unveiled plans for a hotel near the Brooklyn Bridge.