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Rose Associates’ plan calls for a 7-story building with 440 rental apartments, 10% of which would be in the affordable category.
Hudson Hill Partners, a White Plains-based real estate investment management firm, has built up its portfolio to 10 Westchester properties with the acquisition of five...
Valhalla-based Ginsburg Development Cos. held a ribbon-cutting and celebration on Sept. 12 at the Haverstraw site of The Waterfront at Harbors. The event was...
The structure was originally built for Homes for America in 2005, and was bought by AMS Acquisitions for $9.5 million in January 2018 from Madison Realty Capital.
DEC Commissioner Basil Seggos said the projects will help "expand recreational opportunities throughout the estuary."
The nonprofit organization Walkway Over the Hudson arranged for the study, which was prepared by Newburgh-based Pattern for Progress with support from Marist College and student researchers.
Menhaden are also harvested for the production of fish oil, fertilizer and fishmeal.
American Rivers' Eileen Shader warned that climate change-induced challenges are "only going to get worse."
The EPA's Walter Mugdan insisted his agency will "move forward with the important work to continue to address PCBs in the Hudson River."
Yonkers has thousands of apartment units either built or on the way along its downtown riverfront. Follow this map for updates on some of the biggest projects.
The 7.1-mile electric transmission project connects a New Jersey converter station to a substation in Manhattan.
Called the "Hudson River Comprehensive Restoration Plan," the 84-page document is described by The Nature Conservancy as a starting point for securing the river's future.
The money will be used for projects that increase resiliency during floods, enhance natural resources and protect water quality and wildlife.
The Coast Guard's report does not recommend any new anchorages along the Hudson River, but it does say regulations on where barges can anchor need clarification.
In a bulletin Wednesday, Rear Admiral Steven Poulin, commander of the First Coast Guard District, announced that future rule-making decisions on the anchorage plan have been suspended
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