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Greenwich developer of Villa BXV condominium in Bronxville declares bankruptcy

Last month an American Arbitration Association panel awarded $14.3 million to two parties listed in a bankruptcy exhibit: James Carnicelli Jr. of Scarsdale, and The Gateway Development Group of Greenwich.

Arbitrators order Greenwich developer Fareri to pay $14.3M to Villa BXV...

Fareri’s testimony that he was unaware of activities and tax filings that “inured only to his personal benefit” was not credible, arbitrators said.

Land lease signed for $1.2B North 60 biotech project in Valhalla

In addition to the 60 acres of county-owned land, Fareri Associates will use the 20 acres of adjacent land it owns for the project.  The county expects to receive about $7 million in rent each year.

CT Dermatology Group, Coastal Eye Surgeons sign leases at Greenwich property

The companies are now located near such facilities as Greenwich Hospital, West Med, Stamford Hospital and Greenwich Surgery Center.

Fareri Associates opens Villa BXV condos in Bronxville

The downtown condominium project was stalled for several years by the 2008 bankruptcy of its previous developer.

Westchester approves 99-year lease for biotech center on Grasslands Reservation

County Executive Robert P. Astorino says the $1.2 billion project will position Westchester as a global biotech center.

JLofts luxury Greenwich apartments rolls out the red carpet for new...

Greenwich has a new selection of luxury “loft-like” apartments to boast about with the recent addition of JLofts Greenwich on Old Track Road.

Building for a new era

Development partners have broken ground on an 85,000-square-foot medical office building in the Harrison Executive Park in Purchase.

North 60 project takes shape

Fareri Associates presented their plan to develop 60 acres of county owned land in the Grasslands Reservation.

Criminal record shadows would-be Grasslands developer

The principal of one of the two companies to submit a proposal for the development of a biomedical complex in Mount Pleasant pleaded guilty to grand larceny in 2007.