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Westchester County Board of Legislators approves 52% pay raise for selves

The board also approved a $2.1 billion county budget for 2020.

Orange Bank & Trust opens in Thornwood to replace Hawthorne branch

Its branch on 7 W. Cross St. in Hawthorne will close in March and has limited hours until then.

GHP Office Realty buys Valhalla office buildings for $12M

The property, with two building’s totaling about 183,000 square feet, went for $12 million in a deal first announced by the seller in April. CBRE Group, Inc. announced Monday that GHP, a West Harrison-based office owner and operator, acquired the two Stevens Avenue buildings.

PepsiCo planning R&D expansion, renovations in Mount Pleasant

A proposed 122,000-square-foot, three-story research and development building would contain both laboratory and office facilities.

Regeneron pays $50M for New York Life property in Sleepy Hollow

The recent deal marks the second major real estate purchase in two years by the rapidly expanding biotechnology company.

M&T Bank rolls out mortgage subsidy program for underserved communities

The program is available for purchasing or refinancing properties in U.S. Census tracts where more than 50 percent of residents are minorities.

Audi Hawthorne dealership breaks ground at former Saw Mill multiplex

The shiny shovels were out  July 21 for the groundbreaking ceremony of a new Audi dealership that will take the place of the former...

Mount Pleasant industrial buildings sold for $5.75M

The properties were built by the late Theodore Furst, a pioneer builder in Westchester in the 1950s and 1960s.

Mount Pleasant approves Thornwood boarding school

EF International Academy is set to close the deal on second boarding school in Westchester.

International school eyes former IBM center

An underused conference center could be converted to a boarding school by its prospective new owner.

Pace to consolidate, upgrade, expand

University will consolidate two campuses, add infrastructure.

Legionaries selling Westchester properties

A Roman Catholic religious order looks for debt relief with the sale of its Westchester County properties.