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White Plains to Move Forward With Train Station Initiative

March 2017

WHITE PLAINS—White Plains Mayor Thomas Roach says the city will soon be issuing a solicitation for interested developers on plans to develop what will likely be highly sought after city-owned property around the White Plains Metro North train station. Mayor Roach, who was the guest speaker at the March 23rd meeting of the Hudson Gateway…

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Court Dismisses Rye Playland Lawsuit; $60M Public-Private Partnership Begins

March 2017

WHITE PLAINS—In what Westchester County officials describe as an “across the board victory,” New York State Supreme Court Justice Gretchen Walsh has dismissed the City of Rye’s court case against Westchester County’s plans to revitalize the storied Rye Playland amusement park. County officials stated on Tuesday (March 21) that the ruling allows the county to…

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Multifamily Boom Takes Hold in NYC Suburbs

March 2017

TARRYTOWN—The suburbs surrounding New York City, including Westchester County, are now in the throes of a multifamily development boom as major investors flock to downtown districts in White Plains, New Rochelle, Yonkers and Mount Vernon to build transit-oriented communities. A panel of real estate investors at an event staged by The Business Council of Westchester…

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Gov. Cuomo Forms Task Force as Hearings Convene on Indian Point Closure

March 2017

ALBANY—Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the formation of an Indian Point Closure Task Force the same day as a joint meeting of committees of the State Assembly and Senate convened on the business and economic impacts the planned closure of the nuclear facility in Buchanan might have on the state and local economies. The newly formed…

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White Plains to Move Forward With Train Station Initiative

March 2017

WHITE PLAINS—White Plains Mayor Thomas Roach says the city will soon be issuing a solicitation for interested developers on plans to develop what will likely be highly sought after city-owned property around the White Plains Metro North train station. Mayor Roach, who was the guest speaker at the March 23rd meeting of the Hudson Gateway…

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Rosario, Florencia, Piazza, Iannibelli and Greenland Join Keller Williams NY Realty

March 2017

Angel RosarioAngel Rosario, Alheli Florencia, Mara Piazza, Joe Iannibelli and Hugh Greenland have recently joined Keller Williams NY Realty. After 35 years in the banking industry, Rosario has embarked on a new career in real estate sales. During his tenure as a Business Relationship Manager, he advised and negotiated with commercial clients on lending, product…

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Ginsburg Debuts Newest Rental Property in Downtown White Plains

March 2017

WHITE PLAINS—Longtime residential development firm Ginsburg Development Companies of Valhalla recently unveiled its most recent addition to its multifamily portfolio—the newly renamed “The Metro” in Downtown White Plains. GDC Principal Martin Ginsburg took the wraps off his firm's 124-unit, 12-story asset at 25 Martine Ave. at an event held on March 20th. The firm acquired…

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Kim Meyers

GUEST VIEWPOINT: HGAR Opens Doors for Small Business Training Supports Community Capital’s Efforts to Bolster Economy

March 2017

WHITE PLAINS—The Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors was proud to host Community Capital’s first of four entrepreneurial training and networking sessions at its state of the art offices in White Plains. The initiative, called “SCALE” (Success, Collaboration, Access and Learning for Entrepreneurs), is a program designed by Community Capital to meet the unique needs of…

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Leon Cameron, Esq.

BARRISTER'S BRIEFING: It’s Time to Talk About Timeshares

March 2017

We see the glitzy advertisements on television all the time. A low-cost timeshare offer beckons you away to a tropical or otherwise desirable location. Realtors and members of the public should always investigate to see if all that glitters is truly gold. The purpose of the article is to describe exactly what are the basic…

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John Jordan

Former Ramapo LDC Director Pleads Guilty in Bond Fraud Case

March 2017

WHITE PLAINS—The former executive director of the Ramapo Local Development Corp. N. Aaron Troodler pled guilty on March 7th to federal securities fraud and conspiracy charges in connection with the bond financing for the construction of what is now known as the Palisades Credit Union Park, and other projects, including the failed The Hamlets condominium…

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