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New Rochelle redevelopment endorsed with Mayor Bramson’s re-election

The revitalization of downtown New Rochelle, which the city shows as having 32 projects either complete or in various stages of development, received an...

RXR holds groundbreaking for 28-story mixed-use building in New Rochelle

RXR Realty, which is the master developer for New Rochelle’s downtown, held a groundbreaking ceremony Oct. 30 marking the start of construction for a...

Need to engage more fully with communities cited at economic development...

“We’re all about figuring out how to work collaboratively with communities and listening to what they want and what they need,” RXR Metropolitan Executive Vice President Seth Pinsky said at the Oct. 4 "Economic Development in Our Urban Hubs" discussion.

E-commerce could pressure already tight Westchester industrial real estate market

E-commerce companies are heating up the national industrial real estate market, but experts say space has been tight in Westchester "before it was even cool to talk about industrial."

Atlantic Station latest addition to Stamford’s skyline

About a third of its 325 residential units have already been leased.

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.”

New Rochelle Bisnow conference promotes development strategy

New Rochelle is a “model of what an urban – suburban area can look like,” said Mayor Noam Bramson.

RXR Realty plans Church Street towers beside rising New Rochelle hotel

The city's downtown master developer plans a $300 million mixed-use project on the razed site of the Church-Division parking garage that will adjoin a $14.5 million boutique hotel under construction.

Developers to Westchester: Invest in infrastructure, culture

“We want to to do business in towns and cities that want us to be there,” said Anthony Vulpi, vice president of development for Mill Creek Residential Northeast Division, which is in the midst of constructing Modera Hudson Riverfront, a 324-unit apartment complex in Yonkers.