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WCA revises guidelines for housing initiatives, economic growth

The Westchester County Association has revised its Policy Playbook, a guide for  development and economic growth, to include insights, resources and examples of how...

Westchester office leasing stalls, according to CBRE report 

According to a report released this morning by the real estate services firm CBRE, leasing in the Westchester County office market essentially stalled in...

WestPark Associates plans high-tech retrofit at Westchester Avenue site

WestPark Associates NY LLP, has issued a request for proposals seeking services for retrofitting its properties at 1111 and 1129 Westchester Ave. in White...

Blessed Sacrament site in New Rochelle is sold to make way...

Commercial real estate services and investment firm CBRE has announced the sale of a 2.02-acre site in New Rochelle where a 334-unit residential development...

CBRE reports strong finish to 2019 for office leasing in Westchester

For the first time since 2015, office leasing in Westchester County recorded an increase on a year-over-year basis, according to the fourth quarter office...

CBRE arranges new leases at RiverView at Purchase

Commercial real estate services and investment firm CBRE has announced three new leases at RiverView at Purchase at 287 Bowman Ave. The leases cover...

Report: Westchester County’s affordable housing needs should tap unused office parks

“If we don’t address the miscarriage of our policies and perspectives, we fail our families and workers," said Westchester County Executive George Latimer. "The problem may be intractable, but it isn’t insurmountable.”

Westchester County Association launches search for William Mooney’s successor

The Westchester County Association has formed a seven-member search committee to seek a successor to retiring president and CEO William Mooney. Mooney’s retirement date...

Reports show Westchester office market trending up

Two newly released reports on the Westchester office market put activity in a positive light.

CRE exposure factors in stress test

A stress test conducted by Trepp L.L.C. on more than 6,000 U.S. banks found one in eight would have failed under severe economic conditions, with projected losses from commercial real estate exposure among the primary culprits.