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Hype and fear unfounded as gas prices stabilize

Predictions of a spike in gas prices following the attack on Saudi oil fields were not borne out; John Corlett, director of public and government affairs for AAA Northeast, notes: “Prices started to stabilize once the reports came out that the facilities should be fully operational by the end of September.”

Developer Martin Ginsburg says making a project ‘special’ means including artwork

"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.

Encouraging real estate market signs seen in Douglas Elliman report

The market for two- to four-family houses was bright, with the number of sales up by 10.6% to 177 and the median sale price up 3.8% to $545,000.

Report says CT’s film production tax credit program lays an egg

State officials and The Motion Picture Association are questioning the findings of the report, with the latter calling it "fundamentally flawed."

Signature Bank tops three categories in Law Journal survey

Signature Bank, which has private client offices in New Rochelle, White Plains and Greenwich, has been voted number one in the categories of business...

Industry veteran Nicholas R. Wolff sees something ‘odd’ happening in real...

In the view of Westchester real estate veteran Nicholas R. Wolff, something odd is going on in the marketplace. Wolff has had his ear to...

Women’s retailer Altar’d State opens in White Plains and sets sights...

Altar’d State was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee.

White Plains reviewing Mack-Cali’s 1 Water St. plan

The proposal by developer Mack-Cali to build a 22-story apartment building at 1 Water St. is making its way through the review process in...

Pullman & Comley continues to lay down the law after 100...

Although it's recently expanded into New York and Massachusetts, one of the state's largest law firms will always call Connecticut home, says chairman James Shearin: “There is zero possibility of us leaving -- not while I’m around."

Judge rules Purdue Pharma can stay in business as bankruptcy, settlement...

The bankruptcy proceedings could take over a year, according to lawyers for the Stamford-based OxyContin maker.

Construction completed on $60M White Plains Institute for Rehabilitation and Healthcare

Work on the $60 million, 110,000-square-foot facility began in 2017; residents are scheduled to begin moving in this fall.

Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy as part of settlement; CT, NY...

The families of late Purdue Pharma owners Mortimer and Raymond Sackler said they have “deep compassion for the victims of the opioid crisis” and believe the settlement “is an historic step toward providing critical resources that address a tragic public health situation.”

CBRE sees renewed interest in office market, signs of encouragement in...

“While many institutional investors have followed the crowds toward multifamily and industrial offerings, attractive opportunities to purchase stable, generational retail assets have been prevalent,” says the realtor's David Gavin.

White Plains Urban Renewal Agency considers condemning E. Post Road properties

The White Plains Urban Renewal Agency (WPURA) held a public hearing Sept. 5 at city hall as a step in considering whether to move...

Danone North America debuts So Delicious Dairy Free Oatmilk Creamers

This is the latest entry in the company’s line of oatmilk products, following the recent release of a yogurt alternative and frozen desserts line.