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The Business Council of Westchester announced that Luis Aragon, commissioner of development for New Rochelle and Wilson Kimball, commissioner of planning and development in Yonkers, have joined its board of directors.
In October, Sears filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in federal court in White Plains. It announced the planned closing of more than 140 stores but Yonkers was not among them.
Efforts to develop the site dating from the early 2000s were unsuccessful due to a variety of problems such as bankruptcy, foreclosure, landslides and lawsuits.
“Access to the automatic stay is a privilege,” Compass states in its pleading. “The debtor has abused that privilege and can no longer be permitted to obstruct Compass’ state court rights.”
The company serve clients in Westchester, Long Island, New York City, New Jersey and lower Fairfield County.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RyPild3BNdI ”I thought I was gonna have a heart attack. It really came out of nowhere,” New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson said about the phone...
The proposed facility will include approximately 3,600 square feet of retail space fronting on Riverdale Avenue.
The portfolio consists of Cross Westchester Executive Park, Mid-Westchester Executive Park and South Westchester Executive Park in Westchester, and Stamford Executive Park in Connecticut.
STORY will present narrative-driven merchandising and programming centered around a theme that changes every few months.
The 181-unit, nine-floor, mixed-use building starting to go up in Peekskill on a plot of land bordered by Broad, Brown, St. James and Park...
Questions about the future of a small, locally owned pharmacy in Yonkers were raised by neighborhood residents during a hearing on a rezoning application that would permit a CVS Pharmacy to be developed a short distance away.
The idea of a full-scale gaming license for Empire City continues to be a key part of BCW’s legislative agenda, said John Ravitz, executive vice president and COO of the BCW.
Members of the Westchester business community are continuing to be as involved in Irish-oriented events in 2019 as they have been in past years.
Tales both humorous and poignant were heard at the Westfair Communications Family-Owned Business Awards that honored more than 20 businesses from Westchester and Fairfield counties.
POP Displays USA said it will abandon its facility at 555 Tuckahoe Road, where, as of last month, according to the city, it employed 538 people full time.