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Consultant sues Ginsburg companies for $500,000

The companies “engaged in a shell game,” DDD Properties principal Douglas Brout alleges, “to divert or veil their interests” in the Brooklyn project.

Crow Holdings pays $17.2 million for Christie Place retail in Scarsdale

The fully leased ground-floor space at 1-100 Christie Place is across from the Metro-North station.

Bharara files civil suit against Ginsburg Development over access for disabled

The civil rights suit claims Ginsburg's two Haverstraw apartment complexes are not accessible to people with disabilities.

Ginsburg opens $35 million Hastings-on-Hudson apartment complex

Ginsburg Development Cos. continues to expand its luxury rental offerings with the opening of The Lofts on Saw Mill River, a 66-unit apartment complex on Route 9A in Hastings-on-Hudson.

Ginsburg, Ossining officials dedicate sculpture at Harbor Square

The 23-foot tall carbon steel sculpture is in the public park at Harbor Square, the $65 million luxury rental complex on Ossining's waterfront.

Ginsburg breaks ground on more luxury rentals in Yonkers

Developer Martin Ginsburg was joined by Yonkers city officials on Tuesday to break ground on 1177@Greystone, a $21 million, 55-unit luxury rental apartment building...

Harbor Square opens in Ossining after 18 years in the works

Developer Martin Ginsburg and Ginsburg Development Cos. on June 23 unveiled a $65 million mixed-use luxury rental apartment complex on the Ossining waterfront, a...

Massive sculpture crowns Ossining development

An 80-ton sculpture was set in place this week overlooking the Hudson River from the future Harbor Square luxury complex.

Peekskill, Ginsburg dust off plans for former convent

Plans for the former St. Mary’s Convent in Peekskill are on the city docket again after a tumultuous history of redevelopment proposals.

Ginsburg Development launches luxury rentals brand

Adapting to new market realities, developer Martin Ginsburg has revived dormant condo projects as luxury rental developments.

Developers see progress and obstacles in Westchester market

Some of Westchester County’s most influential real estate developers gathered to speak at Game Changers, a discussion presented by the Business Journal.

Ossining artful at 200

To celebrate the 200th anniversary of Ossining, 24 artists are exhibiting their works in “Ossining in 3-D,” an outdoor sculptural display that takes viewers on a 1.5-mile walk from downtown Ossining to the Hudson River waterfront.