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Greenwich’s Belpointe Prep to build mixed-use development in Storrs

The project will encompass UConn student housing, office and retail space.

Ridge Hill mixed-use complex in Yonkers is sold for $220M

The new owners plan to renovate the 1.2 million-square-foot complex.

Monroe developer gets $29.3M tax break for New Rochelle residential towers

The tax breaks, approved on Oct. 27, are for two apartment buildings that are expected to cost $172 million to build, situated within the three-building Westchester Place development project.

Construction starts on Bridgeport’s Windward Commons

The $27 million project is being built on the former Marina Village public housing complex.

Stamford breaks ground on Park 215 mixed-use development

The new $38 million development is located adjacent to Stamford Hospital, and its 24,000-square-foot street level will be devoted to medical offices.

Million-dollar developments to re-tool Armonk

In the half-mile radius comprising downtown Armonk, three separate developments involving 178,000 square feet of new and renovated commercial, retail and residential space and valued at more than $100 million by North Castle Supervisor Howard Arden are either underway or set to begin by the end of 2012.

Back on track in Dobbs Ferry

Developers of the $150 million Rivertowns Square project have asked Dobbs Ferry officials to resume an environmental impact review suspended in late July.

Common Council votes to allow mixed-use developments

(Updated) The White Plains Common Council Monday night unanimously approved changes to the city’s comprehensive plan, allowing for new uses and new types of developments in the office parks lining Interstate 287.

White Plains advances mixed-use zoning proposal

White Plains officials are moving closer to adopting zoning changes that would allow retail and residential development along the city’s Platinum Mile office-park corridor,...

New partnership bolsters efforts to draw more young people to county

The Westchester County Association announced a new partnership with New York City planning and development firm Project for Public Spaces Feb. 16.