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Game On vote delayed

The town of Greenburgh postponed voting to approve the sale of Frank’s Nursery to Game On 365 due to the threat of litigation.

Deals & Deeds

Eric S. Goldschmidt, senior partner at Goldschmidt & Associates in Scarsdale, recently brokered the sales of two commercial buildings in Westchester for their owners

Substantial cleanup costs await Frank’s Nursery buyer

An environmental study has determined that the foreclosed Frank’s Nursery site contains numerous carcinogens and contaminants, and whoever buys the property will face substantial cleanup costs.

UPDATE: Game On 365 fights back

Game On 365 L.L.C. has filed a countersuit against Elm Street Sports Group L.L.C. and Simon Cohen, a Greenburgh resident who founded Burst The Bubble, a group opposed to Game On 365’s attempts to lease a foreclosed property and turn it into the Westchester Field House, an indoor sports facility.

Town could sell disputed nursery property

The town of Greenburgh, looking to get around a lawsuit, is considering selling the Frank’s Nursery property to Game On 365 rather than leasing it.

Elm Street Sports and Game On continue sparring

House of Sports is looking to block the Westchester Fieldhouse via a lawsuit, though massive amounts of carcinogens found the site may be doing the job already.

Game On 365 lease approved in Greenburgh

Voters in Greenburgh overwhelmingly approved a referendum to allow the town to lease the former Frank’s Nursery site to Game On 365 to build the Westchester Field House.

Lawsuit filed over Greenburgh bubble

A group fighting to stop the town of Greenburgh from leasing the former Frank’s Nursery site on Dobbs Ferry Road to Game On 365 has taken its grievances to court.

Indoor sports facility opens in Ardsley

House of Sports, a 120,000-square-foot indoor athletics facility located just off the Saw Mill River Parkway in Ardsley, opened Sept. 12, capping weeks of intense preparations and finishing touches.

Sports dome developer gets tentative town deal

Greenburgh voters will have the final say this fall on a lease deal with the developer of a planned $7 million sports complex.