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NY offers $125M to landlords, first come, first serve

Gov. Hochul said $125 million from the state's new assistance program is now available to help landlords that found themselves locked out of New York's Emergency Rental Assistance Program.

Report: 35% of small businesses could not pay July rent

52% of minority-owned businesses struggled with July rent payments.

‘Rent,’ ‘Superstar’ highlight ACT of Connecticut’s return to live performances

"There is nothing like performing in front of a live -- and full -- audience," says Daniel Levine, the Ridgefield theater's artistic director.

Average household pays $21K per year on recurring bills

New York was cited for high housing costs and low health insurance expenses.

6 million missed September mortgage/rent payments

8.5% of renters missed, delayed or reduced their housing payment last month.

Robert Martin’s Tim Jones sees a bright future for flex/industrial space

With the year 2020 just around the corner, Tim Jones, the CEO of Elmsford-based Robert Martin Company LLC, doesn’t have to rely on 20/20...

Study: Gap widens between Hudson Valley wages and rents

"The bottom line is that rents are simply unaffordable for the people we count on every day," said Joe Czajka of the Center for Housing Solutions.

Hastings inks three deals

Fitness and yoga instructors, plus financial advisers, find new homes.

Greenwich rent and lunch are costly and in sync

Sushi and square footage share a relationship.

Network brings tech firm to White Plains

The Blueprint Accelerator Network, a private-sector partnership started by the Westchester County Association last year to aid entrepreneurs and early-stage companies that commit to remain in the county, welcomes a young and fast-growing tech company to White Plains.