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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwt2mEsZ_II Standing on the steps of the County Office Building in White Plains, Westchester County Executive George Latimer on Monday afternoon signed papers declaring that...
The village of Ossining has been awarded four New York state grants totaling $3.69 million for economic, environmental and capital improvement projects. “These grants will...
The board also approved a $2.1 billion county budget for 2020.
Scarsdale and Bronxville, along with Westport, Connecticut, rank fairly high on a list of communities in which residents are having a comparatively easy time...
Fine and his Atlantic Development Group engaged in a pattern or practice of violating handicap access regulations, the complaint states, using six different architects to design the buildings, which include one each in Ossining and in Mount Vernon.
"The architecture and the site and then the sculptures that we add, or the paintings that we add, are part of creating an exciting environment," says the founder and principal of Ginsburg Development Cos. LLC.
Hudson Hill Partners, a White Plains-based real estate investment management firm, has built up its portfolio to 10 Westchester properties with the acquisition of five...
Ari Thanos said people in the community are already asking about the timetable for rebuilding.
Community, history and home is what The Tasty Table owner Lisa Ocasio hopes will make a meeting place for her new 1,100-square-foot, 36-seat restaurant in the village.
The preserve and its 65-mile carriage road network – designed by the Rockefeller family – are on track to join the state and national register of historic places.
OCC said the new 27,000-square-foot building will allow it to bring all its programs into a single facility.
The approvals, including three that are preliminary and one that is final, grant mortgage tax and sales tax exemptions and authorize bond financing.
There are 65 licensed craft breweries in the Mid-Hudson Valley, according to state data released June 14, leading all of New York state.
An appellate court ruled that calling a developer a criminal or vampire is hyperbole, not an assertion of fact, and is protected speech.