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DeCicco’s supermarket planned for Edge-on-Hudson in Sleepy Hollow

The DeCicco & Sons chain of food markets plans to open its 11th location in Westchester at Edge-on-Hudson, the project that has been underway...

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...

Toll Brothers buys rights to The Collection in White Plains for...

The decision to sell, developer Martin Berger said, is “bittersweet any time you spend five years or more on a project.”

Toll Brothers uses virtual reality to sell Edge-on-Hudson condos

Envisioning your future million-dollar home within a former industrial site is no easy task. Toll Brothers is trying to make it easier through the...

Son sues parents for share of Irvington Builders Inc.

His parents, he alleges, have the company “as a veritable piggy bank to lessen the financial burden of their extravagant lifestyles and irresponsible personal spending habits and gifts.”

$1 billion Edge-on-Hudson Sleepy Hollow development starts home construction, sales

The construction is part of the first phase of the redevelopment of the former GM assembly plant in Sleepy Hollow.

Toll Bros. help renovate New Milford

Toll Brothers employees from throughout the state pitched in to help Housatonic Habitat for Humanity renovate a three-bedroom house in New Milford.

Wegmans gets OK to build grocery store on Corporate Park Drive...

The popular grocery chain plans to build a 120,000-square-foot two-story grocery store along the town's Platinum Mile.

Toll Brothers breaks ground on 421-unit apartment building in Harrison

The project, branded as Carraway, will be the first multifamily housing built in the town's Platinum Mile.

Harrison approves first apartment project on Platinum Mile

A plan to raze vacant and underused office buildings off Westchester Avenue in Harrison and replace them with a 421-unit residential building has been...

Zoning change clears path for residential makeover of Platinum Mile office...

The development, called the Residences at Corporate Park Drive, represents the first conversion of underutilized office space into residential space in the I-287 corridor.

Rivington development advances in Danbury

Pennsylvania-based and publicly traded Toll Brothers, which, since 1992, has built more than 2,000 homes in 45 different Connecticut communities, is rolling out hundreds more in Danbury.

Toll Brothers completes Shelton Cove development

Thirty-six new townhouses are set to open on the Housatonic River.

Toll Brothers plans to build on abandoned Pleasantville site

Toll Brothers, a luxury homebuilder, is planning on building 73 units of residential housing on a vacant Pleasantville property.

Toll Bros. incentive program under scrutiny

The Connecticut Real Estate Commission scheduled a hearing to discuss an incentive program Toll Brothers hopes to use to sell residential units in Connecticut.