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Benchmark completes environmental review

Benchmark Senior Living proposes building an 87-unit senior living facility in Pleasantville and has completed the environmental review process.

Pace breaks ground on $100M project

Pace University in Pleasantville recently announced its plan to begin reconstruction on its 200-acre property.

Axial Theatre staging success

With its latest production, “Radiance,” set to open, Axial Theatre’s founder and artistic director Howard Meyer talks about the challenges of running a local professional theater company dedicated to producing new plays

New Castle considers property reval

The town of New Castle is considering joining a Westchester consortium to have properties revaluated.

Henckels readies for construction in Pleasantville

Zwilling J.A. Henckels International L.L.C., the cutlery firm, is expected to begin construction at its new Pleasantville headquarters in a month, hoping to move in next year.

Public hearing set for Pace consolidation project

The Mount Pleasant Planning Board scheduled the first public hearing for Pace University’s plans to consolidate its Pleasantville and Briarcliff campuses.

The revaluation of Westchester

Greenburgh and Yonkers are among 12 municipalities preparing to revalue their properties, many of which have not been assessed in 60 years.

Senior housing project proposed in Pleasantville

Benchmark Senior Living, a Wellesley, Mass.-based regional provider of senior care is proposing turning a 3.5 acre parcel behind the United Methodist Church in Pleasantville into a 24,000-square-foot assisted living facility.

Mobile apps revolutionize Black Friday

Mobile apps and social media have changed the way consumers shop on Black Friday and Small Business Saturday.

Data backup in Westchester

For companies that didn’t plan in advance, the damages left by Hurricane Sandy could prove very costly.

Cuomo reduces regulations on beer & wine

New York State produces great wine, beer, cider and spirits, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo would like more people to know about it.

Filling of MLA property vacancy a boon to Pleasantville

The closing on Pleasantville’s largest commercial property could help continue the revitalization of a previously forgotten area of the village and boost local businesses.

Toll Brothers plans to build on abandoned Pleasantville site

Toll Brothers, a luxury homebuilder, is planning on building 73 units of residential housing on a vacant Pleasantville property.

Knife maker plans Pleasantville move

Zwilling J.A. Henckels, a cutlery and cookware manufacturer, plans to relocate its U.S. office and warehouse from Hawthorne to Pleasantville.

Business councils offer ACA briefings

Multiple business groups scheduled forums to address the implications of the U.S. Supreme Court’s health reform ruling.