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Diamond Properties accuses sports memorabilia firm of judgment-proofing its rent

“Photo File became a judgment proof shell and ceased operations as a separate entity,” according to complaint, “leaving it with no ability to pay any of its obligations to DP21.”

ShopRite proposed for Mount Kisco on Grand Prix New York property

A proposal for a new ShopRite supermarket at 333 N. Bedford Road (Route 117) in Mount Kisco is scheduled for additional review by the...

Co-owner sues partners for $2M over sale of Arroway car dealership

Scott R. Caroll sued his partners for selling Arroway Chrysler-Dodge Jeep-Ram last year, “substantially below fair market value,” for $2.8 million, and not giving him a share of the proceeds.

Ropes course, laser tag coming to Charles Point in Peekskill

Entertainment center Spins Hudson is set to open within the Charles Point Marina later this month.

Brewery permitted at planned Charles Point development

Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law a bill that added the site to a list of properties exempt from a law restricting manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers from sharing interest in a liquor license.

New state law keeps Peekskill marina project brewing

  Plans to develop a multipurpose attraction at the Charles Point Marina in Peekskill got a boost from Albany this month when the State Legislature...

Riverfront entertainment center proposed for Peekskill

Four of Westchester's power players are joining forces to reshape and revitalize a vacant but promising building along Peekskill's waterfront.

Diamond Properties adds massive solar array

A $3.4 million solar panel project has made Diamond Properties the leader in adopting solar energy in Westchester County.

Equestrian property sells for $3.15M

Mount Kisco-based Diamond Properties purchases a $3.15 million equestrian estate in Dutchess County.

Solar projects green up Westchester

Two solar projects have been completed in Yonkers and Mount Kisco, as Westchester buildings continue to go green.