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Appeals court OKs New Rochelle taking property for fire station in...

“The fact that a private developer will receive an ‘incidental benefit’ as a result of the project to relocate the firehouse,” the panel of four justices concurred, “will not invalidate the condemnation.”

MacQuesten Development breaks ground on second Mount Vernon tower

“We are creating a community within a community,” MacQuesten CEO Rella Fogliano said, with “income diversity within one building.”

Residents again say no more tax subsidies for Mount Vernon developers

In short, residents say the IDA is too generous to residential developers, too insensitive about the residents’ tax burden and too secretive about its work.

Ineligible tenants jeopardize low-income tax credits, MacQuesten Development charges

Community Housing Innovations leased units to tenants who had too much income, a lawsuit claims.

MacQuesten celebrates colorful grand opening of The Modern

The façade is a quilt of yellow, orange, red, pink, violet and blue concrete panels.

New Rochelle council selects MacQuesten Development for firehouse site

Company president Rella Fogliano said she was “thrilled beyond belief” to have the opportunity to change the city’s skyline.

MacQuesten Development on verge of getting New Rochelle development rights

Whoever wins the development rights may not disrupt fire department operations and must relocate the station.

New Rochelle firehouse pivotal element to two developers’ plans

What differentiated them was timing and certainty.

Mount Vernon residents object to housing developers’ tax breaks

MacQuesten Development asked the city’s IDA to exempt it from $1.6 million in sales and use taxes and to abate property taxes for 30 years on a project at the Mount Vernon West train station.

Business Council of Westchester to host ‘Reimagining Our Downtowns’ panel

During the discussion, panelists will share insight into what today’s urban dwellers are looking for. Those in attendance will also learn what Westchester's cities can do in order to be seen as "go-to" communities.