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The first phase of a project by The Center for Discovery to transform a building that formerly was the headquarters of Frontier Insurance in...
The nonprofit Think Dutchess Alliance for Business, headquartered in Poughkeepsie, is designed to get businesspeople to do just what its name implies: think about...
The grant program that will fund research and diagnostic and therapeutic tools and innovation related to infectious disease threats, including Covid-19.
Grants for a minimum award of $5,000 and a maximum award of $50,000 are calculated based on a New York state business' annual gross receipts for 2019.
A joint venture of the Gotham Organization and Charter Realty & Development, of Manhattan, wants to build 217 apartments, 53,000-square-feet of retail space and two parking garages on commuter parking lots at the Metro-North Railroad train station.
Fast Facts: The governor will be signing two executive orders today. One will direct employers to provide essential workers with cloth or surgical face...
The program is scheduled to take place Sept. 18 at the Yonkers Public Library’s Riverfront Branch at 1 Larkin Center beginning at 6 p.m.
“These informational workshops are a tremendous opportunity for local business owners to learn more about the CFA application process and the funding available to expand their businesses,” Westchester County Executive George Latimer said.
The $1 million for Westchester is part of a $4 million allotment from a fund being split among Westchester, Rockland and Nassau counties.
Community Capital said it will make loan capital available for startups and small business in Westchester and Rockland counties in amounts ranging from $1,000 to $250,000, with terms up to five years.
The report from Citizen Budget Commission argues state and local municipalities have spent more on economic development initiatives without enacting meaningful transparency reforms around the grants and tax breaks.
The Mid-Hudson economic development council recommends the state fund Westchester projects that includes waterfront revitalizations in Port Chester and Sleepy Hollow.
The county's tourism industry is the third largest in the state, behind New York City and Long Island.