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Covid vaccines to become available to New Yorkers 60 and older,...

Gov. Andrew Cuomo today announced that New York will expand access to the Covid-19 vaccine by adding to the list of those deemed eligible. On...

Generational mashup: Senior living community at Purchase College 60% sold before...

A senior living community that can be traced to a concept first voiced in 2003, but which has not yet broken ground, already has...

LRC Properties might be in Rye Brook but its focus...

A company based at 5 International Drive in Rye Brook has built a real estate portfolio of about 4 million square feet valued at...

Report: Half of employees likely to continue working remotely post-Covid

“The assumption was that older workers would like (working from home) less -- but it actually works better for them," says David Smith, head of Occupier Insights in Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Research department.

Norman G. Grill: Covid-related tax relief for individuals

Signed into law late last year, The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, contains a number of Covid-related relief provisions for individual taxpayers. Here are some...

Going private: Scarpino, Noto to join Dorf & Nelson law firm

Former Westchester County District Attorney Anthony A. Scarpino Jr. — who was succeeded in the post by Mimi Rocah — has left nearly four...

Matchmaker: Greenwich-startup Werkzy links small businesses and flex workers

"Small businesses are so critical to our economy," says co-founder Asya Geller. "We want to do our part in keeping them thriving into the future.”

NY Fed chief sees signs of economic weakening

John Williams said that while previous federal government aid packages served to put a lot of money into peoples’ pocketbooks, the expiration of aid programs along with an increase in cases could be a double whammy for 2021.

NY likely to get first Covid-19 vaccines Dec. 15

New York state expects to receive its first batch of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine on Dec. 15 if approval for its use is granted...

The Chelsea at Greenburgh navigates pandemic to opening

Among the numerous features of the new facility are a library, sports pub and lounge, movie theater, combination beauty salon and barber shop, sunroom, landscaped walking paths, outdoor terrace and gardens.

Self-storage building approved at Premier Plaza

The self-storage building would be constructed in a section of a shopping center property that had been previously approved for the construction of an office building.

RM Friedland launches office brokerage division

“The timing is really advantageous in some ways because now tenants and landlords as well are really going to need the wisdom of brokers more than ever,” says Friedland President Sarah Jones-Maturo.

Inside Wegmans: Business Journal gets an inside look at the Harrison...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbXG2KbT8Pw&feature=youtu.be The employee area of the 732-car parking lot at the new Wegmans in Harrison was almost full while the area reserved for customers was...

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...

JP Morgan says businesses nationally and locally find areas for optimism

A nationwide business survey by JPMorgan Chase finds pockets of optimism despite the economic disruptions resulting from the coronavirus outbreak. At the same time,...