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Israeli developer proposes 25-story 250-unit apartment building in Yonkers

Azorim initially wanted to do a 27-story building with 267 apartments but after hearing comments eliminated two stories and 17 units.

Self-storage project straddles border between Elmsford and Greenburgh

Both municipalities have zoned the site as light industrial, where a self-storage facility is a permitted principal use. However, Greenburgh and Elmsford have different criteria for what would be allowed under existing zoning.

NJ developer accuses Briarcliff Manor of exclusionary zoning

“The village’s fence is the type you cannot see,” Ridgewood Real Estate Partners claims. The barrier is zoning that excludes virtually all but those who can afford an “ultra-luxury, large-lot, single-family home.”

AutoNation seeks Mount Kisco, Bedford approvals for new facility

NY Luxury Motors of Mt. Kisco Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of AutoNation Inc., is before planning and zoning officials in both Bedford and...

Sunrise Development proposes assisted living for White Plains Road in Tarrytown

Sunrise Development Inc. has proposed building what it describes as “service enriched assisted living/memory care housing” at 99 White Plains Road in Tarrytown. There...

Cortlandt adjourns hearing on Route 202 development until April

“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...

Toll Brothers buys rights to The Collection in White Plains for...

The decision to sell, developer Martin Berger said, is “bittersweet any time you spend five years or more on a project.”

Boston companies plan memory care facility in New Rochelle

National Development, with EPOCH Senior Living, has proposed a 64-unit memory care facility in New Rochelle estimated to cost $15 million to $20 million.

Judge rules against lawsuit to stop Harrison senior center

A proposed 160-unit senior housing facility in Harrison is cleared to move forward after a state Supreme Court judge ruled against a challenge to it...

Yorktown BJ’s gets judge’s go-ahead to build gas station

The court upheld land use approvals granted to BJ's Wholesale Club by Yorktown which allow the construction of a filling station at its existing location on Route 202.

Opposition to Pleasantville development

A citizens group has been formed to oppose an assisted living facility in Pleasantville
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