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$2 Billion Blockbuster: Kaufman Astoria Studios shoots with Silverstein Properties and...

Mention blockbusters that have come from Hollywood’s studios and “Gone with the Wind,” “Star Wars,” “E.T.,” “Avatar” and “Titanic” immediately come to mind. However,...

Developer offers new plan and new look for former United Hospital...

The owner of the former United Hospital site in Port Chester has submitted a plan to the village board that would extensively change the...

Details emerge on United Hospital redevelopment 

The developer's brownfield application suggests that it might obtain site plan approval from the Village of Port Chester by August 2021, and that construction could begin in September 2021.

Steely resolve: Construction to lead when the recovery begins

Construction has been selected to be in phase one of the four phases established in New York state for the reopening of businesses in...

Altman Lighting files closing notice for Yonkers plant

Altman Lighting Inc., which was founded in 1953 and grew to become a major manufacturer of lighting equipment for theaters, television and the movies...

Yonkers IDA approves financial incentives for $177.3M riverfront apartment project

Rose Associates’ plan calls for a 7-story building with 440 rental apartments, 10% of which would be in the affordable category.

UPDATE: United Hospital site in Port Chester sold; community group welcomes...

It was announced today that Rose Associates and BedRock Real Estate Partners are partnering to develop the 15.45-acre site as a mixed-use community with housing, retail and what are termed “other offerings.”

Yonkers IDA approves $13.6 million in tax help for three apartment...

The proposed projects would create nearly 1,000 rental apartments near downtown Yonkers and 1,300 construction jobs.

Westchester IDA gives Rose Associates preliminary $5M tax break, with caveat

A half-dozen union officials were at the IDA meeting, and two spoke out about the need for an agreement with the developer and for good local jobs.

White Plains OKs plans for two major Hamilton Avenue redevelopments

The two separate projects could eventually turn an outdated mall and 1960s office tower, both on Hamilton Avenue, into more than 1,200 new apartments.