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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mK7U65aGfGQ The retail section of the AvalonBay development at the Harrison Metro-North train station has its first street-level business in place with the July 25...
The entity Pearl Street Development LLC is proposing to construct a 12-story apartment building at 28 Pearl St. in Port Chester. The building would...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmH18DvmPLg Extell Development, which is viewed as redefining the Manhattan skyline with its high-rise projects that include the 1,550-feet-tall, 131-story Central Park Tower, has started...
Weekday ridership is roughly 50% of pre-pandemic levels.
Boca-Raton based Mill Creek Residential Trust is proposing the adaptive reuse of a warehouse at 39 Westmoreland Ave. in White Plains, to be combined with a new eight-story building to create a 191-unit apartment building.
Port Chester's Planning Commission is expected to next take up the proposal for the 12-story, 202-unit building at 140-150 Westchester Ave. at its Jan. 22 meeting.
The project is intended to use Amtrak's existing Hell Gate Line to bring Metro-North trains to four new stations in the east Bronx, and then into Queens where they’ll proceed through an East River tunnel and under Manhattan into Penn Station.
A new report from New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli gives fairly good grades to the MTA’s Metro-North division, despite saying that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s “long-term finances are still in trouble as it wrestles with an overdue list of repairs and upgrades and growing debt."
The proposed building on a site composed of 10 lots would have 334 residential units and 7,409 square feet of commercial space.
The notion of reopening the Maybrook line has been discussed for more than a decade, but passengers may finally be able to travel from Danbury to Putnam, Westchester and New York City via Metro North's Harlem Line thanks to the new federal infrastructure bill.
Local, county and state officials joined with MTA representatives at the White Plains station on Nov. 1 to formally mark the completion of the project that began in 2018.
The MTA currently is looking at deficit financing to balance its budget through 2025 to the tune of $2.9 billion.