The 300-seat eatery is situated next to Ginsburg Development’s 188-unit luxury apartment complex on the Ossining waterfront.
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.
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.
Waterfront developers might revisit their design and construction plans in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Developer Martin Ginsburg has lined up a new financial partner for the four-years-idle Harbor Square project in Ossining.
Ossining’s first village manager of downtown and economic development is making her mark on Main Street.
A waterfront developer has revived plans for a mixed-use redevelopment project on the Ossining waterfront.