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Hearing planned for 63-unit Poughkeepsie apartment project

The 63-unit development, known as Highview at the Fallkill Creek, would be built on Milton Street, on an 8.7-acre site that abuts and includes some portions of Fall Kill Creek.

Eight-story senior living building proposed for Mount Vernon

The new proposal for the 505 Gramatan Ave. site includes a 56-unit apartment building for seniors, a new home for the Fleetwood Pharmacy and a 2,293-square-foot restaurant with a drive-through window incorporated into the building.

Yonkers power plant project switches on new phase

A project that would convert the former Glenwood Power Plant building in Yonkers into an office building and banquet and catering facility has entered...

Former Mount Kisco trustee pitches apartments next to closed movie...

The Mount Kisco Planning Board has taken another step in its review of a proposal from a former village trustee to construct an apartment...

UPDATE: Greenburgh Planning Board leaning toward approval of $450M Regeneron project

Pharmaceutical giant Regeneron went back before the Greenburgh Planning Board Wednesday night as the town considers its application for a $450 million project. It...

Wartburg wins approval for assisted living building; delay for 210-unit independent...

Wartburg, which provides a range of services for senior citizens from short-term rehabilitation to nursing home and assisted living care, on June 3 received...

Armonk Close project proposed for former lumberyard site

The Armonk contracting and development organization Fareri Cos. has proposed constructing a two-building residential development at 154 Bedford Road in Armonk. The project is...

Two-tower, 315-unit project proposed for Mount Vernon

A development with two residential towers, one 13 stories and the other eight stories, along with other elements built to lower heights, is in...

Six-building, 231-unit apartment project under review in Peekskill

The site is composed of five parcels between Lower South Street and Route 9, south of Louisa Street and Travis Lane.

Building where Howard Stern began radio career facing demolition

The building in Briarcliff Manor that once housed the radio station where shock jock Howard Stern began his commercial radio career would be torn...

Iona Prep approved for new performing arts center

Iona Prep has received site plan approval from the New Rochelle Planning Board to build a 21,000-square-foot performing arts center on its 26.2-acre campus...

Rental crisis: Robert Weisz says there’s a need for his apartment...

"Westchester has a need for thousands and thousands of apartments," Weisz says. "With the pandemic, those needs have increased.”

Legoland receives local approval for limited early opening

With Covid-19 affecting schooling and normal recreational activities, Legoland New York has been reaching out virtually.

Yonkers neighbors go to court over UPS proposal

A section of the project that consists of a 150-room hotel operated by Hampton Inn & Suites was not involved in the planning board actions.

AutoNation seeks Mount Kisco, Bedford approvals for new facility

NY Luxury Motors of Mt. Kisco Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of AutoNation Inc., is before planning and zoning officials in both Bedford and...