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Demographics, the economy and lifestyles figure in real estate’s forecast

Six panelists at Westfair Communications’ Commercial & Residential Real Estate Forecast event offered their views on the regional real estate market.

Amazon cancels plans for NYC headquarters

Opposition from New York community activists and politicians including Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez soured the company on the city.

CT Gov. Lamont reaches out to Amazon amid reports of NYC...

The governor's overtures follow a media report that Amazon has been displeased over opposition in New York City to its proposed headquarters.

NYC sues Berkeley College for recruiting practices that ‘prey’ on students

The New York City consumer affairs investigators say the college will "say whatever they think a prospective student wants to hear...regardless of the truth."

New York City sues Purdue Pharma and other drug companies over...

“Big Pharma helped to fuel this epidemic by deceptively peddling these dangerous drugs and hooking millions of Americans in exchange for profit,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said.

Yonkers again calls on NYC to relocate MTA bus depot

Yonkers officials say the property is necessary for the city to complete its master plan for waterfront redevelopment.

Maplewood Senior Living has designs on Manhattan

Also in Maplewood’s future is its first New York City project on Manhattan’s Upper East Side at Second Avenue and 93rd Street.

NYC developer nabs downtown Stamford complex for $12.5 million

It's Silverback Development's first acquisition outside of New York City.

Mt. Vernon bus company announces layoffs

A bus company based in Mt. Vernon announced it is laying off more than 100 employees due to the loss of New York City Department of Education contract.

Spring Valley pols arrested in NYC corruption probe

The mayor and deputy mayor of Spring Valley were arrested Tuesday morning and charged with allegedly trying to aid a state senator’s bid to gain the Republican nomination for mayor of New York City.

Hoteliers pitch Connecticut as travel providers enjoy boom

Roughly 70 hotel managers and event planners from Connecticut, New York and New Jersey met March 21 for the Connecticut Convention and Sports Bureau’s first sales mission event.

White Plains Venue gets planning board approval

The White Plains Planning Board unanimously recommended that the Common Council approve a site plan for The Venue at Bloomingdale Road, a 50,000-square-foot retail and outdoor restaurant project.

Wall Street bonuses, profits up in 2012

Cash bonuses and profits rose on Wall Street in 2012, according to a a report by State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.

NYPA rates reduced in Westchester

The New York Power Authority board of trustees approved a 3.2 percent decrease ($1.14 million) for NYPA’s 103 Westchester government customers, which include the county, municipalities, schools and housing authorities.