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Peekskill council takes first vote on proposed mixed-use downtown building

The Peekskill Common Council on the evening of Sept. 27 unanimously passed a resolution that takes a preliminary step forward in reviewing a proposal...

Peekskill’s Charles Newman Co. added to Hilb Group portfolio

Charles Newman Co., an insurance and employee benefits firm located in Peekskill, was recently acquired by the Hilb Group, a leading property, insurance, employee benefits and advisory firm headquartered in Richmond, Virginia.

New food incubator proposed for former firehouse in Peekskill

The Peekskill Firehouse Kitchen Incubator was proposed earlier this year, as a joint project among the Peekskill Industrial Development Agency, Peekskill Facilities Development Corp. and the Westchester County Office of Economic Development. Recently, the IDA has been discussing final plans for the space.

The Central makes its arrival in Peekskill’s historic train station building

Housed in the historic Peekskill train station building, The Central, a new cafe and coffee shop that has recently opened in its first phase, takes inspiration from local railroad history and its place as the "gateway" to the community.

Special permit recommended for 231-unit Peekskill apartment complex

The six proposed buildings at 1005-1017 Lower South Street would contain 231 residential units — a mix of affordable apartments and senior apartments. The project also includes more than 57,000 square feet of commercial space.

UPDATED Election results: Latimer cruises in Westchester, Simmons tops Valentine in...

Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner and Shelton Mayor Mark Lauretti both won their 16th terms.

Combination single-family and condo development under review in Peekskill

Lockwood Development Partners is seeking to subdivide a 16.4-acre parcel along Lockwood Drive into seven lots to build six single-family houses and 42 condominium townhouses.

Motion Labs continues with expansion that was halted by Covid

The company is now set to make the move to a new 40,000-square-foot facility on John Walsh Boulevard that it began leasing in 2019, upgrading from its current 30,000-square-foot headquarters at 520 Furnace Dock Road in Cortlandt Manor.

UPDATE: Peekskill approves project to transform Kiley Center

Peekskill’s Planning Commission is scheduled to hold a public hearing tonight on a plan to transform the Kiley Youth Center at 709 Main St. into a modern youth facility to be operated by the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester.

Mid-Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union expands with Peekskill branch

Mid-Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union is expanding its operations to Westchester County, with the construction of an office in Peekskill underway. The new branch at...

Census: Westchester population tops 1M

Yonkers inched out Rochester to become the third-largest city in New York state.

Ginsburg holds grand opening of The Abbey Inn & Spa in...

Peekskill Mayor Andre Rainey characterized The Abbey as “a major attraction in the continued revitalization of our city to create special places for residents and tourists alike.”

Architect partners say tiny houses a perfect fit for Westchester

Two entrepreneurs believe that the Westchester County housing market, where three-bedroom ranches, four-bedroom colonials and 12-bedroom mansions are the norm, has room for something...

How Peekskill plans to use the $10M for downtown revitalization

Highlights of the initiative in Peekskill include a new Peekskill Art Center, a downtown plaza redesign and a pedestrian and cyclist path to connect the waterfront and central business district.

Startup Spotlight: The Abbey Inn & Spa finds its footing amid...

The sanctuary of the convent has been converted into a 2,183-square-foot ballroom.