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Sweetgreen makes Westchester debut

The popular fast-casual salad chain has opened its newest location in Eastchester's Vernon Hills Shopping Center.

Chappaqua Crossing sold for $79.5 million

CBRE procured the buyer, which it identified as an investment management firm.

Westchester Business Center formally opens in Chappaqua

The Westchester Business Center will provide coworking spaces, offices, conference rooms and other business services as needed at its new facility at Chappaqua Crossing, the redeveloped former headquarters of Reader’s Digest.

Chappaqua Crossing almost crossing the finish line

“We are so excited to be opening a second location in Chappaqua Crossing,” said Tanya Tochner, who owns the boutique ROCKS, which also has a location in Armonk.

Life Time goes (relatively) smaller in Chappaqua

“We’re used to 200,000-plus square feet ... Here, we still are very spacious. We still have that resort feel, but we pared it down,” said Michael Spiegel, the general manager of the Chappaqua location.

Life Time sets hiring fair for new Chappaqua Crossing club

The 42,000-square-foot club will be the second in Westchester. Life Time opened its 206,000-square-foot Harrison club on Westchester Park Drive in 2014.

Life Time hosts job fair for 200 openings at new Chappaqua...

The company needs employees for its LifeSpa, LifeCafe, Kids Academy, member services, facility operations and personal training areas.

Historic cupola building at Chappaqua Crossing opens apartments to residents

A $21 million project from Wilder Balter Partners brings 64 mixed-income apartments to the iconic building that once served as the Reader's Digest global headquarters.

Chappaqua Crossing readies apartments as retail begins construction

Major activity on the site will end in a mixed-use campus with office and retail space and two separate residential portions.

Iconic Reader’s Digest headquarters will house apartment dwellers

  Standing in what’s left of the corner office where DeWitt and Lila Wallace, the co-founders of Reader’s Digest, built a media empire starting in...

Chappaqua Crossing developer turns over auditorium to town

A 400-seat auditorium at the former headquarters of Reader’s Digest will be deeded to the town of New Castle by the developer of the...

Southport developer repurposes commercial property in strong market

Summit Development's latest projects include a three-building commercial property in Danbury and the Chappaqua Crossing development in Westchester.

Reader’s Digest moves editorial employees to White Plains office

Trusted Media Brands, Inc, formerly known as Reader's Digest Association and based in Chappaqua, will shift its editorial employees from Manhattan to its office in...

Eleven years later, a Chappaqua Crossing groundbreaking

Developers of the former Reader's Digest campus in New Castle are ready to begin construction of a $50 million retail development anchored by Whole Foods.

Whole Foods signs lease at Chappaqua Crossing

Whole Foods Market plans to open a 40,000-square-foot supermarket on the former Reader's Digest campus.