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Look who’s pitching a $121M project for downtown White Plains

A $121 million project is being proposed for the redevelopment of 70 Westchester Ave. in White Plains. According to attorney Mark Weingarten of the law...

Exclusive: An inside look at the Hudson Heritage project

Martin Berger and company are turning the neglected 156-acre property into an intergenerational live-work-play community called Hudson Heritage.

Toll Brothers buys rights to The Collection in White Plains for...

The decision to sell, developer Martin Berger said, is “bittersweet any time you spend five years or more on a project.”

Rivertowns Square developer sues owner over parking deck changes

The developer of Rivertowns Square in Dobbs Ferry has sued the owner of the retail space for allegedly blocking needed repairs at two parking decks.

Westchester IDA OKs $5M in tax breaks for two White Plains...

The IDA board added a caveat to both project resolutions: The developers must meet with representatives of the building trades unions to discuss their possible involvement in the work.

White Plains approves 127 new apartments for Hale Avenue

The roughly $48 million proposal comes from two developers who have led recent major real estate projects in Westchester County.

Westchester commits $28.4M for residential, retail, nursing home projects

The approvals, including three that are preliminary and one that is final, grant mortgage tax and sales tax exemptions and authorize bond financing.

Brooklyn Market to open Rivertowns Square grocery store

Brooklyn Market will move into space originally designated for a Mrs. Green's Natural Markets location.