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Robert F. Weinberg, co-founder of Robert Martin Co., dies at 90

In 1957, Weinberg and Martin Berger founded Robert Martin Co., which grew to develop and manage more than 6 million square feet of office and industrial complexes.

At WCA Real Estate Summit, New Rochelle official cites city’s quick...

Luiz Aragon told the 300 guests at the breakfast gathering that there are 11 active construction sites in New Rochelle, with 27 projects approved.

Judge rules against Ridge Hill condo developer

A state judge orders Ridge Hill’s condominium developer to pay $500,000 on its land deal with the Yonkers shopping center’s landlord

Rift on the ridge

The developer of Ridge Hill in Yonkers seeks a court judgment against the project’s condo developer for more than $1.6 million

Developer plans office-park housing

A home in the office park where one works? Real estate experts see that solution for Westchester County’s commercial office market

Developer closes on power plant site

A Yonkers waterfront developer paid $3.1 million for the city’s abandoned Glenwood power plant.

One developer out, another wanted in Yonkers

Yonkers officials are seeking redevelopment proposals for an architecturally distinctive but blighted property.

Developer near financing deal in Ossining

Developer Martin Ginsburg has lined up a new financial partner for the four-years-idle Harbor Square project in Ossining.

Judge’s ruling backs Sleepy Hollow development

Sleepy Hollow officials are waiting for General Motors to name a developer of its riverfront property in the wake of a state judge’s decision that opens the way for GM’s Lighthouse Landing project.

Costco plan gets public airing in Yorktown

Yorktown planning officials will hold a public hearing on a $50 million Costco Wholesale Club development.

Judge’s ruling backs Sleepy Hollow development

The village of Tarrytown's challenge to a riverfront development at a former industrial site in Sleepy Hollow was dismissed by a state judge.

Developer calls halt in Dobbs Ferry

UPDATED: The developer of a proposed $150 million mixed-use development in Dobbs Ferry has asked village officials to suspend their project review.

New apartments aimed at young professionals

As downtown Stamford booms with new businesses and an expanding nightlife culture, market demand for rental apartments has increased as more young professionals are...

History sidesteps in Yonkers

The city council rejected a request for landmark status for a downtown cultural center, green-lighting development on Buena Vista Avenue.