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NKF reports slowdown in 1Q Westchester office market before pandemic hit

While the COVID-19 pandemic contributed to a slowdown in the Westchester County office market toward the end of 2020's first quarter, other factors were...

Peekskill awarded $3M in state funding for projects including Fleischmann Pier

The city of Peekskill has announced that it will be receiving more than $3 million in new grants from New York state for projects...

RXR holds groundbreaking for 28-story mixed-use building in New Rochelle

RXR Realty, which is the master developer for New Rochelle’s downtown, held a groundbreaking ceremony Oct. 30 marking the start of construction for a...

Peekskill looking for downtown revitalization proposals

The city of Peekskill is getting $10 million from the state and it is looking for suggestions on how to spend it. The city was...

Developer selection for Scarsdale’s Freightway site draws near

“The respondents are well-known developers in Westchester,” Ingrid Richards, assistant village manager in Scarsdale, told the Business Journal regarding the responses received to the...

Six-month $164K New Rochelle shuttle pilot program begins

A free shuttle service covering routes around New Rochelle’s downtown made its debut on Aug. 22. The fleet consists of three electric vehicles covering...

Peekskill to receive $10M from state for downtown revitalization projects

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8Qq61sS83k The city of Peekskill has been selected to receive $10 million in funds from New York state to be used for various projects designed...

RFP deadline ahead for White Plains transit development

The clock is ticking toward the deadline for developers to present their proposals for the redevelopment of four properties strategically located next to the Metro-North Railroad  station in downtown White Plains.

A towering plan for a struggling property

A downtown White Plains landlord wants to tear down its tenant-depleted shopping center and replace it with a high-rise mixed-use complex nearly five times larger

Peekskill BID wants non-artists in downtown housing mix

Peekskill Business Improvement District officers want to reform the city’s residential zoning to allow non-artists in downtown buildings and spur housing development and business growth.

A changing city draws new investment

Downtown Peekskill is a focus of retail and real estate investment as restaurants open to cater to its arts and entertainment scene.