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Commercial real estate experts are bullish on Westchester. At a WCA Economic Development Task Force meeting, Howard Greenberg, Howard Properties; Glenn Walsh, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank; Bill Cuddy, CBRE; and Al Mirin, Cushman & Wakefield, cited recent deals and the expansion, renovation, and repurposing of 550,000 square feet of office space as a bellwether of the county’s ability to attract and retain business...
Governor Cuomo set forth an ambitious agenda in his fourth annual "State of the State" address today, including efforts to provide much-needed business and property tax relief and economic development incentives. We believe the Governor is headed in the right direction and hope that Westchester County can soon enjoy the fruits of his plan.
The EF International Academy has won approval from the town of Mt. Pleasant to open a second boarding school in Westchester—signifying that the campaign by the WCA’s BLUEPRINT for Westchester to attract international attention to the county is working.
“We’re thrilled to see this expansion, and look forward to welcoming 800 additional students to Westchester,” said Marissa Brett, the WCA’s executive director of the BLUEPRINT initiative, driven by the private sector. “With our proximity to Manhattan, mass-transit network, and world-class art and culture, Westchester is a great place where people from all over the world can succeed.”
The Harrison Town Board took a step in the right direction Thursday night when it voted to support mixed-use zoning for the I-287 corridor, paving the way for multi-family housing and the creation of a Work. Live. Play. environment for Westchester’s young professionals...
Renowned art dealer Daniel Wolf, husband of award-winning artist/architect, Maya Lin, who gained fame as the young designer of the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D.C., now is officially the owner of the former Yonkers City Jail. According to local newspaper accounts, the Yonkers City Council approved the deal this week, opening the door to more economic development in the city. The couple plans to transform the space into an art museum, along with studio spaces, offices and a gallery. It is located close to the city’s picturesque waterfront...