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Hampshire developers threaten to sue Mamaroneck for rejecting project

“The project does not promote environmental protection” the village planning board found, or “the most appropriate use of land.”

Yonkers planners to get first formal look at Lionsgate studio proposal

The proposed Lionsgate movie studio in Yonkers has taken an important step toward becoming a reality with plans for the project being prepared for...

Developer selection for Scarsdale’s Freightway site draws near

“The respondents are well-known developers in Westchester,” Ingrid Richards, assistant village manager in Scarsdale, told the Business Journal regarding the responses received to the...

Tuckahoe planners approve apartment building proposal at 82 Wallace St.

A proposal for a 3-story, 32-unit apartment building at 82 Wallace St. in Tuckahoe has been approved by the village’s planning board. The site,...

Somers learns more about a proposed boarding school at former IBM...

The conceptual plan for the boarding school was initially presented to Somers about a year ago after about a year of being discussed and developed by the parties involved.

Environmental review of 105 residential units in Mamaroneck may be ending

Development would take place on 29 acres of the 116-acre property at 1025 Cove Road, off Orienta Avenue.

Benchmark completes environmental review

Benchmark Senior Living proposes building an 87-unit senior living facility in Pleasantville and has completed the environmental review process.

Courts no rubber stamp on environmental reviews

Recent cases confirm that courts will not passively rubber stamp SEQRA determinations and carefully examine whether a municipality has overstepped its review authority.

North Castle Planning Board Chairman resigns

Robert Greene, chairman of the North Castle Planning Board, unexpectedly announced his resignation this week.

Groups not sold on proposed SEQRA revisions

Business advocates have given mixed marks to a series of proposed revisions to the state’s environmental regulations governing developments and municipal actions, applauding the state’s openness to changes but cautioning that the changes could mean new burdens.

FASNY public hearing set for September

The White Plains Common Council also set a September public hearing for a proposal that would limit open space developments in select parts of the city.