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Kingstonian $52M mixed-use project inches through approval process

A proposed development known as the Kingstonian that would bring 143 apartments, 8,000 square feet of commercial space and a new 420-space parking garage to...

MacQuesten proposes mixed-use senior housing development

MacQuesten Development LLC of Mount Vernon is proposing a mixed-use building on a 0.795-acre site at 136-140 Croton Ave. in Ossining that would have...

Proposal under review for 78 apartments, four restaurants in Goshen

A 10.5-acre parcel in the Orange County town of Goshen that previously had been eyed for development now is being proposed as the possible site of a mixed-use project that would have 78 apartments, four restaurants and more.

Ivy Realty proposes mixed-use, 203-unit building in Port Chester

Ivy Realty, which reports having a commercial real estate portfolio of 11 million square feet valued at $1.5 billion, is proposing to build a...

Project planned for Tarry Lodge restaurant site in Port Chester

The Business Journal was told that developer David Mann’s Lighthouse Living has prepared a plan calling for the construction of a 9-story mixed-use building on a site along Mill Street between Abendroth Avenue and North Main Street.

UPDATE: United Hospital site in Port Chester sold; community group welcomes...

It was announced today that Rose Associates and BedRock Real Estate Partners are partnering to develop the 15.45-acre site as a mixed-use community with housing, retail and what are termed “other offerings.”

Elk Homes proposes condo/retail project for downtown Larchmont

The proposal is to replace existing commercial structures with a 26-unit condo building that would contain 5,000 square feet of retail space fronting on Chatsworth Avenue.

New mixed-use building proposed for downtown Port Chester

The application, submitted by Anthony Gioffre III of the White Plains-based law firm Cuddy & Feder, is for property at 108 S. Main St.

A trajectory gone amok finds its bearings

I have been asked to give my opinion on the current state of the local commercial real estate market and compare it with the rollercoaster ride that has been the last decade.

DOT nears decision on Stamford train station plans

Representatives of the Connecticut Department of Transportation were expected to begin meeting last week with Stamford planning and traffic officials to discuss plans for a replacement parking garage at the city’s train station.

Globe Theatre redevelopment plans revived

Plans to re-open the Globe Theatre in Norwalk have been resuscitated by a former stage hand who has proposed to turn the Globe into a digitally equipped center for the performing arts.

A towering plan for a struggling property

A downtown White Plains landlord wants to tear down its tenant-depleted shopping center and replace it with a high-rise mixed-use complex nearly five times larger

Bridgeport kicks off Steel Point improvements

Developers and city officials yesterday marked the start of improvements to the roadways along Bridgeport's Steel Point peninsula, the site of a planned 2.8 million-square-foot mixed use development.

Revived project surfaces on Sound

Stalled by the recession, a proposed mixed-use development on New Rochelle’s Echo Bay has been revived in a scaled-down plan.

Target eyes Yonkers as unions target politicians

A New Jersey developer’s proposal to build a mixed-use development in Yonkers with Target as retail anchor has been delayed, and construction industry leaders blame elected officials for political foot-dragging.