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Working to help improve a growing downtown

The Yonkers Downtown/Waterfront Business Improvement District (YDWBID) covers an area with commercial and residential properties that has undergone rapid growth in recent years. According...

Strip malls should do well; indoor malls need reinvention, Houlihan Lawrence...

Strip malls and well-located street retail properties with access to parking are likely to continue to show resilience as the commercial real estate sector...

Houlihan Lawrence commercial market report finds Westchester a draw for investors

“A lot of investors are looking to put their money into mixed-use properties," said Tom LaPerch, director of the commercial group for Houlihan Lawrence.

Con Edison utility rate freeze pending approval

An agreement to freeze Con Edison residential customers' utility rates for the next two to three years is pending approval.

Work under way at Park Square West

The planned 15-story, 209-unit apartment complex at 66 Summer St. and a 321-space extension of an existing city parking garage will be built by A.P. Construction Co., of Stamford, and Associated Construction Co., which is based in Hartford

City won’t require developers to build ‘green’

The city of Yonkers has adopted a green building standards for public construction projects on city-owned property, but will not require private developers to meet those standards.

Spinnaker tacks onto housing course

With two AvalonBay developers in house, Spinnaker Real Estate Partners L.L.C. formed a unit to pursue residential projects.

Public to weigh in on revised Dobbs Ferry development

Developers of the $150 million Rivertowns Square project in Dobbs Ferry will present final plans to the public in October.

Developing Westport’s after-hours culture

A Westport developer embraces the town’s new ability to develop its nightlife.

New model and name for Norwalk project

Belpointe invests in multifamily real estate development model.

Growing and giving in hard times

The housing market slump has triggered growth for a family owned firm that recently marked its 25th anniversary.