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The Chelsea at Greenburgh navigates pandemic to opening

Among the numerous features of the new facility are a library, sports pub and lounge, movie theater, combination beauty salon and barber shop, sunroom, landscaped walking paths, outdoor terrace and gardens.

Plan for a Greenburgh nursery to remain a nursery

If twin brothers Jack and Larry Ahearn purchase the Carlson's property, the idea would be to “keep it more or less as it is but ..."

Houses touted for Maplewood Swim and Tennis Club site in Hartsdale

Richard Lewis, president of the Maplewood Swim and Tennis Club in Hartsdale, and developer Valon Nikci of the Bedrock Company Re LLC in Bronxville...

Greenburgh Supervisor Feiner wants to make it easier to sue utilities

Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner wants the state Legislature and Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo to put a new law on the books that would...

Greenburgh gives OK to tear down movie theater and build ShopRite...

The Greenburgh Town Board has unanimously approved a site plan application by Lewis Masters Holdings LP to demolish the multiplex cinema at 320 Saw...

The Landing at Dobbs Ferry sues Greenburgh assessor in condo tax...

Her duty is a “purely ministerial, non-discretionary statutory mandate.”

Greenburgh nixes Edgemont incorporation proposal for 2nd time

The Edgemont Incorporation Committee called the move “a troubling development for the 43,000 unincorporated area residents who pay the majority of Town taxes but represent a minority of the Town-wide electorate.”

Latimer: County sales tax increase won’t hurt mom and pop businesses

County Executive George Latimer said that people don’t make shopping decisions based on small differences in sales tax rates.

6-story residential building proposed for Hartsdale’s Four Corners

The 6-story building would have 50 residential units with 33 one-bedroom and 17 two-bedroom.

Plan would convert former WestHELP shelter into senior housing

The land, located next to Westchester Community College's Knollwood Road entrance, is owned by the county and leased to Greenburgh. As part of the deal, Marathon Development Group would lease the property from the county for 65 years and pay $1.5 million to develop the site. The site would feature 60 one-bedroom, eight two-bedroom and six studio apartments.

Westchester officials call on state to increase aid program

Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano called the lack of an increase in the Aid and Incentives to Municipalities fund a “slow strangulation of city governments.”

NJ developer plans townhouses at former Elmwood Country Club

Ridgewood Real Estate Partners plans to build 175 townhomes for active seniors. But the company may have to do so under a new tax structure.

Four municipalities receive $250K for Route 119 improvements plan

The town of Greenburgh, villages of Elsmford and Tarrytown and the city of White Plains will use the grant to improve pedestrian and bike access.

Greenburgh approves Regeneron’s planned 1 million-square-foot expansion

The Greenburgh town board approved the company’s site plan application earlier this month.

Abandoned Greenburgh homeless shelter to become senior housing

WestHelp homeless shelter had operated 108 studio apartments on the site from the late 1980s to 2011.