Residential development is booming in Westchester, but there’s nary a two-car garage or cul-de-sac in sight. Real estate companies are developing, constructing, and opening apartment buildings in the county at an unprecedented rate, according to informed sources. Just this week, news broke that Valhalla-based developer Martin Ginsburg wants to build a 55-unit luxury apartment building at 1177 Warburton Avenue in Yonkers, just one block north of a 330-unit Ginsburg Development Companies apartment building now under construction. Lighthouse Enterprises, whose three luxury rental buildings in White Plains are nearly fully leased, broke ground this spring on a 50-unit apartment building in Port Chester. Harrison, New Rochelle, Bronxville, Tarrytown, and Dobbs Ferry also have apartment projects in the works.
Westchester County's top business and community leaders along with emerging players came together for a powerful night of networking at the magnificent Whitby Castle overlooking Milton Harbor and the Long Island Sound! Thanks to our event sponsors, Cohere Communications, Harrison Edwards PR & Marketing, People's United Bank, and PlanGuru.
Nearly 500 companies moved or expanded in walkable downtowns over the past five years. A new report, released last month, explains why—and some of the reasons may surprise you.
Greater Hudson Bank announced this week the appointment of William M. Mooney, Jr., chief executive officer of the WCA, to its board of directors. Over the course of his career, Mooney has been a prominent force in the Hudson Valley region's business and banking community. He brings a wealth of expertise and insight to his new role with Greater Hudson, including senior positions at Independence Community Bank, where he was responsible for all business activities in Westchester County and Connecticut, Union State Bank, and Chase Manhattan Bank and Chemical Bank, where he oversaw all retail and small business activities in the New York Metropolitan area. He also served as President and CEO of Hudson Valley Bank.
The WCA is pleased to be a promotional partner for MEDTECH 2015, the largest gathering of executives and senior leaders
from NY State’s bioscience and medical technology (Bio/Med) industry.
In today’s ever evolving healthcare marketplace, identifying untapped potential is essential for success. Partnerships emerge through investments, consolidation and public-private collaborations, bringing together payers, providers and patients to improve care and reduce costs. At the heart of this convergence is creativity, building momentum for growth. Through purposeful collisions – industry and academia; entrepreneurs and business leaders; domestic and abroad – convergence drives progress through the development of new technology, product enhancements and radical innovation.