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Construction to begin soon on Hamilton Green project

Construction on the long-awaited Hamilton Green mixed-use project on the site of the White Plains Mall at 200 Hamilton Ave. in downtown White Plains...

MacQuesten proposes mixed-use senior housing development

MacQuesten Development LLC of Mount Vernon is proposing a mixed-use building on a 0.795-acre site at 136-140 Croton Ave. in Ossining that would have...

Cappelli and Fogliano present $1M at real estate awards breakfast

The $1 million that was raised broke all previous fundraising records for the March of Dimes Real Estate Awards Breakfast, which was held for the 34th year on Nov. 4.

MacQuesten Development plans 10-story affordable housing building for Yonkers

MacQuesten Development LLC is proposing to build a 10-story building in Yonkers that would have 76 apartments and ground-floor retail. An application is expected...

The MacQuesten Cos. demands $1M from building permits expediter

William Vitacco Associates' failures “caused extensive and widespread delays to the project,” the complaint states, “and has prevented timely completion of the project.”

Ribbon-cutting for 22 South West in Mount Vernon

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Sept. 29 to open a 17-story building in Mount Vernon that combines affordability with luxury features. The building is known...

MacQuesten Development breaks ground on second Mount Vernon tower

“We are creating a community within a community,” MacQuesten CEO Rella Fogliano said, with “income diversity within one building.”

Investors seek $17M from White Plains developer Michael D’Alessio in fraud...

Investors claim that D’Alessio and his enterprises have carried out a “massive scheme” to defraud them.

Investors sue to review financial books of White Plains developer

Investors demand right of inspection to condominium projects affiliated with Michael Paul Enterprises, alleging possible commingling of funds.

MacQuesten celebrates colorful grand opening of The Modern

The façade is a quilt of yellow, orange, red, pink, violet and blue concrete panels.

New Rochelle council selects MacQuesten Development for firehouse site

Company president Rella Fogliano said she was “thrilled beyond belief” to have the opportunity to change the city’s skyline.

New Rochelle firehouse pivotal element to two developers’ plans

What differentiated them was timing and certainty.