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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mrUPL62Jm44 Developer Martin Ginsburg, founder and principal of Ginsburg Development Cos., on Thursday formally opened the first apartment building in Westchester County to be converted...
Developer Martin Ginsburg sees a better market for rentals than condominiums, at least right now, in Haverstraw and has decided to offer rentals in...
A prime item on Mayor Tom Roach’s mind these days is the legacy of urban renewal from the 1970s and ’80s.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzED4OT0ftQ Developer Martin Ginsburg on Jan. 28 hosted the grand opening of the newly renovated amenity mezzanine in the office building at 50 Main St....
CBRE has been selected by Bunge Ltd., the global supplier of agricultural commodities, to be the exclusive agent handling the subleasing of its space...
"The architecture and the site and then the sculptures that we add, or the paintings that we add, are part of creating an exciting environment," says the founder and principal of Ginsburg Development Cos. LLC.
There are three buildings on the site. Office buildings are at 50 Main St. and 1-11 Martine Ave. and an apartment building is at 34 S. Lexington Ave.
“We’ve doubled the size of our company so we have a good, strong platform,” said Greg Berger, managing director and partner.
Westchester's two largest deals of 2018 involve apartment properties. The buyer in the third-largest deal, meanwhile, plans to convert office space to apartments.
Ginsburg Development Cos. presented the plans for the company's remake of the Westchester Financial Center, two office buildings the company picked up for $83 million in April.
Avison Young’s New York Capital Markets group announced it has arranged a $120.3 million loan for the acquisition and redevelopment of the Westchester Financial Center near the White Plains train station.
Ginsburg Development Cos. has teamed up with Robert Martin Co. on an $83 million deal to acquire Westchester Financial Center, two office buildings comprising about 570,000 square feet in downtown White Plains. Ginsburg will redevelop the property with a mix of office, retail and residential space.
The global grain trader announced the acquisition weeks after reports it was approached by rival Archer Daniels Midland Co. for a potential acquisition.