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Apartment building approved for former Nathan Miller nursing home site

The building was originally designed in the mid-1960s by architect William Breger, who was a student of Bauhaus School founder Walter Gropius.

U.S. Sen. Murphy offers tax incentive bill for brownfield redevelopment

Sen. Chris Murphy has introduced legislation that would revive two expired tax incentives designed to spur the clean-up and redevelopment of contaminated industrial sites.

Bridgeport’s Cherry Street Lofts project readied for construction

Mixed-use development to occupy vacant industrial buildings.

Family buys Alexander Street property to launch brewery on Yonkers waterfront

An abandoned industrial building on the changing downtown Yonkers riverfront could soon be converted to a 10,500-square-foot distribution and tasting room for the new Chicken Island Brewing.

Yonkers ready to scrap ‘grand idea’ for downtown

Mayor Mike Spano wants to seek new proposals for downtown redevelopment and free one developer to move ahead with waterfront residential

Luxury Harbor Point apartments begin leasing

Leasing begins at Harbor Point's newest luxury residential property, 111 Harbor Point.

A trajectory gone amok finds its bearings

I have been asked to give my opinion on the current state of the local commercial real estate market and compare it with the rollercoaster ride that has been the last decade.

Master planner sees brimming potential in Stamford

Frank Fish, a principal of the New York City design and consulting firm BFJ Planning, has worked on projects spanning Fairfield County and his native Hartford to Westchester County, N.Y., and the Hudson Valley.

Globe Theatre redevelopment plans revived

Plans to re-open the Globe Theatre in Norwalk have been resuscitated by a former stage hand who has proposed to turn the Globe into a digitally equipped center for the performing arts.

A towering plan for a struggling property

A downtown White Plains landlord wants to tear down its tenant-depleted shopping center and replace it with a high-rise mixed-use complex nearly five times larger

Developer closes on power plant site

A Yonkers waterfront developer paid $3.1 million for the city’s abandoned Glenwood power plant.

Manhattan Internet firm eyes office move to Yonkers

The Yonkers Industrial Development Agency approved more than $400,000 in sales tax exemptions to lure the Manhattan-based firm IAC Search to the city’s i.Park Hudson campus.

After Sandy, how smart is ‘smart growth?’

Waterfront developers might revisit their design and construction plans in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

Developer gets IDA backing

The Yonkers Industrial Development Agency plans to back a $22 million downtown redevelopment project with tax breaks for the developer.

Parks maestro has Playland on his mind

A redeveloper and manager of public places backed by private money hopes to turn around Rye’s Playland