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Mixed-use high rise proposed across from Port Chester train station

A high-rise, mixed-use building that would contain 407,000 square feet with 286 apartments, 12,600 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor and...

Apartment building approved for former Nathan Miller nursing home site

The building was originally designed in the mid-1960s by architect William Breger, who was a student of Bauhaus School founder Walter Gropius.

Fall leasing set for 96-unit The Mason apartment development in Mamaroneck

Newly branded as the The Mason M.V.S, the 96-unit, three-building development rose on a nearly 3-acre lot on Waverly Avenue near the village's train station.

Halpern and Rosen firms break ground in Mamaroneck

The Halpern-Rosen project is the village's first large-scale residential development in about 20 years.

Westmoreland Lofts slated for changing White Plains industrial corridor

The planned 58,000-square-foot residential and commercial development will be the third transforming project on the industrial street since its rezoning in 2015.

New owner plans luxury apartments at White Plains AT&T building

The Long Island owner of the former AT&T building in downtown White plains plans to convert the 12-story tower to residential use.