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Design Within Reach to open outlet store in Yonkers at former...

The new store takes over the space previously occupied by the now-defunct Babies 'R' Us chain.

Empire State Development to host Access to Capital program in Yonkers

The program is scheduled to take place Sept. 18 at the Yonkers Public Library’s Riverfront Branch at 1 Larkin Center beginning at 6 p.m.

Proposed Lionsgate studio lacking application and approvals, Yonkers official says

Yonkers Commissioner of Planning and Development Wilson Kimball told the Business Journal that as of Sept. 10 no application and plans have been submitted to the city.

Hollywood on the Hudson: Lionsgate to be anchor tenant at new...

Hollywood is coming to Yonkers in the form of a new movie and television production studio that is expected to cost more than $100...

Parkledge, Yonkers affordable-housing community, sells for $48.3 million

The 311-unit Parkledge has a mix of one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom apartments.

A thriving Cross County Shopping Center in Yonkers considers expansion

Craig Deitelzweig, the president and CEO of Marx Realty, which along with Benenson Capital Partners owns and operates the Cross County Shopping Center, outlined plans for use of the Sears space and said they're looking at expansion.

Forever 21 reportedly latest retail chain to consider bankruptcy

If true, Forever 21’s bankruptcy would follow in the recent footsteps of a number of high-profile stores like Payless, Toys R Us and Charlotte Russe.

Lord & Taylor chain sold for $100 million

Purchaser Le Tote said it expects to extend employment offers to “the vast majority” of L&T employees, including those in such locations as Danbury, Stamford, Scarsdale and Yonkers.

Three regional locations impacted in closing of Avenue stores

Stores in Danbury, Nanuet and Yonkers are among the 222 being shut down.

Study says Bridgeport and Yonkers worst cities for house flipping

The new WalletHub survey named Sioux Falls, South Dakota, as the best city for house flipping.

Houlihan Lawrence commercial market report finds Westchester a draw for investors

“A lot of investors are looking to put their money into mixed-use properties," said Tom LaPerch, director of the commercial group for Houlihan Lawrence.

Leasing begins at renovated 86 Main St. in Yonkers

The structure was originally built for Homes for America in 2005, and was bought by AMS Acquisitions for $9.5 million in January 2018 from Madison Realty Capital.

Yonkers’ alpha-Encorp receives $1M grant for battery technology

"Next-generation batteries will have a very significant role in shaping the way we live," said Jerome Feldman, executive chairman of alpha-Encorp.

Three local Charming Charlie stores impacted by retailer’s shutdown

The stores in Yorktown Heights, Nanuet and Yonkers are among the 268 locations being closed.

MGM Resorts International betting on a full casino license in Yonkers

Only after receiving a full commercial casino license could Empire City also be licensed for sports betting.