Home Tags Reader’s Digest

Tag: Reader’s Digest

Chappaqua Crossing almost crossing the finish line

“We are so excited to be opening a second location in Chappaqua Crossing,” said Tanya Tochner, who owns the boutique ROCKS, which also has a location in Armonk.

Historic cupola building at Chappaqua Crossing opens apartments to residents

A $21 million project from Wilder Balter Partners brings 64 mixed-income apartments to the iconic building that once served as the Reader's Digest global headquarters.

Year End Review: Multifamily mania and a healthy office market

This has been a year when great changes in our real estate landscape have taken place. The next few years, as our cities continue to be built out and attract new residents, will be interesting to watch.

Iconic Reader’s Digest headquarters will house apartment dwellers

  Standing in what’s left of the corner office where DeWitt and Lila Wallace, the co-founders of Reader’s Digest, built a media empire starting in...

Chappaqua Crossing developer turns over auditorium to town

A 400-seat auditorium at the former headquarters of Reader’s Digest will be deeded to the town of New Castle by the developer of the...

Trusted Media Brands lays off 31 White Plains employees

Trusted Media Brands Inc. — formerly Reader's Digest Association — will lay off 31 employees from a children's publishing unit in October. The news came via a Workers Adjustment...

Reader’s Digest moves editorial employees to White Plains office

Trusted Media Brands, Inc, formerly known as Reader's Digest Association and based in Chappaqua, will shift its editorial employees from Manhattan to its office in...

Reader’s Digest rebrands as Trusted Media Brands, Inc.

Trusted Media Brands President and CEO Bonnie Kintzer said the new brand reflects the changing image of a company previously known primarily for its print publications.

Nonprofits, businesses to volunteer on MLK Day

The Volunteer Center of United Way will partner with nonprofits and businesses to create 30 volunteer activities on Martin Luther King Day.

Reader’s Digest shrinks as office vacancies rise in county

Reader’s Digest Association Inc. further shrank its presence in Westchester County when it shed two floors of office space in a second-quarter downsizing at...

Reader’s Digest shrinks as office vacancies rise in county

Wetschester’s second-quarter office market was marked by an absence of large lease deals and slightly rising vacancy rates.

Chappaqua Crossing close to supermarket tenant

Chappaqua Crossing is hoping to obtain a retail overlay zone from the town of New Castle to allow it to put 120,000 square feet of retail, including the supermarket, on the site.

Town sets dates for Chappaqua Crossing grocery comments

Public hearings will be held at the end of April as town considers a retail overlay zone to make a supermarket.

Chappaqua Crossing gets zoning extension

The New Castle town board voted to grant Chappaqua Crossing and other multifamily planned developments unlimited six month extensions to get site plan approval from the planning board.

Settlement reached over Chappaqua Crossing

Developer Summit/Greenfield has agreed to drop its two lawsuits against the town of New Castle, pending approval of a retail zoning district at the Chappaqua Crossing property.