At the Westchester County Association’s upcoming conference, Health Tech ’14: Fueling Innovation in Westchester, you will have an unparalleled chance to hear nationally-renowned speakers, as well as leaders of Westchester’s fastest growing biotechnology, pharma, and R&D companies highlight exciting breakthroughs and opportunities. All will be revealed during the showcase panel discussion, “Re-imagining Healthcare: Fueling Innovation in Westchester and Beyond,” when speakers discuss the newest therapeutics, research, medical treatments, rehabilitation, and product development.
Westchester County’s real estate market is looking up, according to officials at the brokerage firm CBRE. According to Robert Caruso, CBRE senior managing director, Westchester has outperformed Fairfield County since the beginning of the year. “The market has turned the corner,” he said at a first quarter market overview press briefing attended by the Westchester County Association. “The outlook over the last six weeks has become increasingly bullish.”
Governor Andrew Cuomo gave his 2014 budget presentation and discussed his plans for economic development at a special event hosted by the Westchester County Association this morning at the Westchester Marriott...
At a reception Thursday night, the Westchester County Association honored Montefiore Medical Center for their commitment to revitalizing healthcare in Westchester County. Hosted by the WCA’s Healthcare Consortium and BLUEPRINT for Westchester, top healthcare executives and business leaders welcomed Dr. Steven Safyer, president and CEO, and other senior members of the Bronx-based organization, and embraced their expansion into Westchester County.
The City of New Rochelle is poised for transformative growth, according to Mayor Noam Bramson, who outlined his plans for re-development during his annual State of the City address on March 20. Plans include new 2,000 new apartments, 500,000 square feet of office and medical space, and 1.5 million square feet of office and medical space, according to a report by the Westchester Business Journal. The plans also call for working with a master developer, allowing the city to take a comprehensive approach in planning for the future.