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Toll Brothers breaks ground on Chappaqua development

Sales are anticipated to start this fall.

Chappaqua’s Points Mom offers insight on credit card reward programs

Greenstein stressed that loyalty programs are to be avoided.

Jessica Paschkes encourages soapy sustainability with startup Refillery

Chappaqua resident Jessica Paschkes’ entrepreneurial endeavor Refillery has found a niche as Westchester's first zero-waste pop-up business.

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.

With credit card processing, there is no one-size-fits-all for businesses

Nearly all banks outsource their credit card processing to third parties.

Suite Talk: Kristine Saljanin, general manager at Westchester Business Center

Westchester Business Center offers itself as an oasis from the noisy and stressful home workplace.

NY is vulnerable to COVID-19 coming in from other states, Cuomo...

Complacency and arrogance are threatening to undo the progress New York state has made in containing the COVID-19 virus, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo told...

Offices, restaurants, retailers ramp up as region reopens

The Hudson Valley’s entry into phase two of the four-phase COVID-19 economic reopening and recovery plan on June 9 was marked by a modest...

Dr. Lewis Kohl named chief safety officer at CareMount Medical

He was previously chief medical information officer and senior medical director.

NKF reports slowdown in 1Q Westchester office market before pandemic hit

While the COVID-19 pandemic contributed to a slowdown in the Westchester County office market toward the end of 2020's first quarter, other factors were...

Ability Beyond reports vandalism of its wheelchair accessible vans

"As a nonprofit organization, any unexpected expense hurts," said Jane Davis, president and CEO of Ability Beyond.

Peekskill Planning Commission OKs site plan for affordable, workforce housing

The development is designed to serve households with income levels ranging from 40% to 80% of the area median income.

Chappaqua’s Harriet Schleifer elected president of American Jewish Committee

Schleifer began her career as an attorney focused on education and representing special needs students.

Houlihan Lawrence announces $4.5M in northern Westchester sales

The sales came in small commercial and industrial buildings in Chappaqua, Cortlandt Manor, Yorktown Heights and Peekskill.

Summit Development buys Danbury’s Matrix Corporate Center for $17M

Summit plans to repurpose the building by subdividing it into 700,000 square feet of Class A office space; 400,000 square feet of residential apartments; 100,000 square feet of conference and event space; and 100,000 square feet of core services and amenities.