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RPW Group buys 100 Manhattanville Road in Purchase

RPW Group has added another property to its portfolio: 100 Manhattanville Road in Purchase. Robert P. Weisz, president and CEO of RPW Group, told the...

Apartment complex at 1133 Westchester Ave. approved in White Plains

The residential development would affect approximately 4.3 acres of woodland on the property, requiring the removal of 473 trees and the addition of 172 new ornamental trees and 301 other trees, along with 406 shrub plantings.

Westchester IDA supports subsidies for $95M apartment proposal at 1133 Westchester...

The county subsidy would be supplemented by a mortgage recording tax exemption when the site is sold for a budgeted $14 million, and proposed property tax abatement from the City of White Plains totaling nearly $10.5 million over 15 years.

RPW Group proposes 303 apartments at 1133 Westchester Ave. complex

RPW Group plans to add apartments to its signature 620,000-square-foot office complex along the I-287 corridor in White Plains.

Westchester Avenue office building sells for $24 million

The buyer is 2975 Westchester LLC, an entity controlled by the Schur family of Greenwich. The seller is an affiliated company of Rye Brook-based RPW Group.

RPW Group buys two Westchester Avenue office buildings for $14.75 million

Robert Weisz builds on his Westchester Avenue holdings with 925 and 1025 Westchester Ave. in White Plains, which were previously part of Normandy Real Estate Partners' Exchange portfolio.

Future of Hudson Valley real estate: no longer ‘location, location, location’

“Today we are saying location, service, service,” RPW Group CEO Robert Weisz, told a group of real estate officials Thursday at the HVEDC's “Hudson Valley Visionaries: A Look Into the Future of Commercial Real Estate.”

Westchester commercial landlords, developers see solid market, with challenges ahead

A panel of landlords and developers at the annual BOMA luncheon said 2017 beat projections for the local commercial real estate market, but cautioned about the year ahead.