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Government agencies renew leases at 20 S. Broadway in Yonkers

Chestnut Commercial, owner of the 12-story commercial building at 20 S. Broadway in Yonkers that was built in 1931, reports that long-term lease renewals...

Howard Greenberg: The state of the office market in Westchester

Since the shutdown in mid-March, there are many more questions than answers about the future of the office. One key trend has been seen in...

A classic: An 89-year-old Yonkers building enters the modern COVID era

The building known as 20 South Broadway in Yonkers has remained an anchor of the Getty Square area of Yonkers from the Great Depression...

Howard Greenberg: The future of Westchester’s commercial real estate market

At some point in the foreseeable future, we will begin to move toward a new normal. What will that look like in Westchester’s real estate market?

Howard E. Greenberg: Apartments, Wegmans and a healthy office market

We have all heard about retail becoming omnichannel. That is when you can buy online, pick up or return at the store or order online...

Westchester commercial real estate market is healthier than it has...

From a multitenant office market of more than 33 million square feet about 12 years ago, we have demolished and/or repurposed almost 6 million square feet of multitenant office space, and have not built any new office buildings at all.

Towns, trains and water are the keys to development in Westchester

Westchester has morphed from a sleepy bedroom community that rarely saw any interest from developers outside the county to a vibrant county attracting major developers.

Howard Greenberg: Construction bolstering Westchester’s economic development

All of the repurposing and demolition of functionally obsolete office buildings is accomplishing the desired goals: less vacant space and a more balanced market.

What will happen to Walmart’s building in White Plains?

The company's decision to vacate its storefront at 275 Main St. has left many to wonder what will happen to the 179,000 square feet of retail space the store will leave behind.

Year End Review: Multifamily mania and a healthy office market

This has been a year when great changes in our real estate landscape have taken place. The next few years, as our cities continue to be built out and attract new residents, will be interesting to watch.

It’s a new day in Westchester commercial real estate

It is fitting that some of the oldest office stock in Westchester County is now being demolished and the sites redeveloped with higher and better uses.

Wiedenbach Brown moves HQ to Purchase

The 104-year-old company leased 4,573 square feet of space at 2975 Westchester Ave. in Purchase.

Office Market 2016: The IBM factor, downtown allure and the...

As of the end of the third quarter of 2016, office leasing velocity was on par with last quarter’s total of 500,000 square feet....

New trends emerging in the office market

Commercial broker Howard Greenberg sees some promising new trends emerging in Westchester County in 2012, despite another sluggish year of leasing activity.