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Development plan in the works for 815-acre HV property

The owners of the 815-acre Winston Farm in Saugerties where the 1994 version of the Woodstock music festival was held want to develop the...

Yorktown updates zoning code for electric vehicle charging stations at malls

The new charging stations will include advertising screens.

What’s next for Bridgeport?

Onofrio hinted that the city will soon be getting its second hotel.

Self-storage project straddles border between Elmsford and Greenburgh

Both municipalities have zoned the site as light industrial, where a self-storage facility is a permitted principal use. However, Greenburgh and Elmsford have different criteria for what would be allowed under existing zoning.

Re-elected Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling: Little time for victory laps

Long-term planning will be key to ensuring the continued prosperity and steady growth of Norwalk, according to Harry Rilling.

Mariano Rivera’s Auto Group pitches new service center

Mariano Rivera, a White Plains resident who was inducted into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame in 2019, also owns an auto group with a showroom and sales center at 325 N. Bedford Road.

White Plains rejects Westchester Avenue apartment plan

Senlac owns the office park at 701-777 Westchester Ave. and had asked the city to apply the Planned Campus Development Overlay zone to its 54.8-acre property in order to build a five-story, 360-unit apartment building.

Hearing planned for 63-unit Poughkeepsie apartment project

The 63-unit development, known as Highview at the Fallkill Creek, would be built on Milton Street, on an 8.7-acre site that abuts and includes some portions of Fall Kill Creek.

The Summit opens golf course with ribbon-cutting

Golfers in Westchester and the surrounding area have a new 6,700-yard, par 71 golf course to enjoy.

‘Welcome Home Westchester’ campaign launched to address housing crisis

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Rqx88NDBKA A new effort by a coalition of organizations and businesses to address what is described as “the housing crisis in Westchester” was launched June...

Lamont signs controversial zoning reform bill aimed at creating more fair...

Christie Stewart, director of Fairfield County’s Center for Housing Opportunity, said the legislation represents “an important step in ensuring that zoning decisions in our communities better reflect and uphold the values of inclusion and equity that so many Fairfield County and Connecticut residents stand behind."

CT House passes amended zoning reform bill – to no one’s...

“While this might be a watered-down version, this is a huge boot in the door for state control over our towns that would eliminate that uniqueness that makes Connecticut so special,” said Rep. Laura Devlin (R-Fairfield).

Update: Mixed-use project proposed for Yorktown Green shopping center

Oster Properties has proposed revitalizing the largely vacant Yorktown Green shopping center that it owns by creating a new mixed-use project to enhance the...

Bantam Tools completes move from California to Peekskill

New York Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul joined Peekskill Mayor Andre Rainey and others in welcoming the company and the 54 jobs it has brought to the area.

Mixed-use high rise proposed across from Port Chester train station

A high-rise, mixed-use building that would contain 407,000 square feet with 286 apartments, 12,600 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor and...