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The Colonial Terrace catering facility in Cortlandt could soon be demolished pending approvals, and a three-story, 135-unit multifamily residence for active adults to be...
Cortlandt and Yonkers have embarked on a new marketing campaign to expand existing businesses and attract new ones.
A developer known as 3451 Lexington Avenue LLC has proposed building a 56,000-square-foot, two-story classic car storage facility along with a 4,900-square-foot showroom and...
“The proposal for the full build-out is too large in my opinion,” Cortlandt Town Supervisor Linda D. Puglisi told a packed public hearing as...
The money will be used mostly to improve sewers and treatments plants throughout Westchester County.
The sales came in small commercial and industrial buildings in Chappaqua, Cortlandt Manor, Yorktown Heights and Peekskill.
The 130,000-square-foot commercial retail center is under construction along the north side of the Route 6 corridor by developer Acadia Realty Trust.
The latest in a series of forums on the closure of Indian Point focused on the future of its workforce beyond the planned 2021 shutdown date.
As Indian Point Energy Center prepares to shut down in four years, and take with it a huge chunk of revenue for its surrounding...
“Verizon had perpetrated a fraud” says Nancy Scherer, who lives near the site of a proposed tower at the Danish Home for the Aged in Croton-on-Hudson.
The developer wants to open a luxury hospital for well-heeled people with alcohol and substance abuse disorders.
The organic farm-to-table eatery takes up residence in a newly constructed building at 147 Main St. and will offer patrons eat-in prepared foods, juices and grab-and-go options, along with weekly customized meal plans and catering services.
Officials will discuss the economics of the closure, the reclamation of the site, storage of the spent fuel rods and the facility’s safety and security once it is closed.
Business, labor and political leaders here question what will replace the nuclear plant's energy supply and point to the dire economic impact of its closing.
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