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600 apartments, battery manufacturing, movie studio proposed for iPark 87

National Resources, the Greenwich-based developer that counts iPark 87 in Kingston among its properties has developed a master plan that includes residential and commercial...

U.S. foreclosure starts are close to pre-pandemic levels

There was a total of 92,634 properties with foreclosure filings in the U.S. during the third quarter.

Dutchess County sets up $12.3M housing fund

A $12.3 million Dutchess County Housing Trust Fund has been created to aid in bringing more affordable housing to the county. The fund was set...

What a difference a year makes: Fairfield County’s evolving housing market

Realtors are reporting an increasing level of inventory.

Fairfield County’s Q2 housing market records easing in sales price acceleration

Greenwich had the highest prices for single-family homes.

HV residents find help through LSHV

Legal Services of the Hudson Valley (LSHV), a nonprofit organization, bills itself as “the only provider of comprehensive civil legal services to all seven...

Contributed Writer: Housing crisis or housing shortage?

Construction loans are also poised to make a comeback.

Comptroller Braswell projects $2.1B surplus for Connecticut’s General Fund

However, she warned about elevated housing costs and rising inflation.

Ulster County Executive positive on recovery

Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan in his 2022 State of the County Address said that the county has shown strength and resilience in the...

Comptroller Braswell warns rising housing costs are hurting Connecticut residents

The average Connecticut rent increased 15.37% year-over-year.

Five organizations push legislature for housing action

Five Westchester and Hudson Valley organizations have joined in a push for the New York State Legislature to pass legislation that could help create...

What’s next for Bridgeport?

Onofrio hinted that the city will soon be getting its second hotel.

Comptroller Lembo projects General Fund surplus of $482.3M

Comptroller Kevin Lembo expressed caution on rising housing costs.

Shelton elderly housing complex receiving $1.5M for upgrades

Sinsabaugh Heights offers housing for low income older adults ages 62+, or individuals who are certified disabled by Social Security Administration or other federal agency.

Monroe as just a ‘bedroom community’? Town leaders would strongly disagree

Zoning changes have enabled outdoor dining and mixed-use real estate developments.