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New York City Council Approves Bronx Point Mixed-Use Project

October 2017

NEW YORK—The New York City Council approved the massive Bronx Point project along the Harlem River waterfront in the South Bronx on Oct. 17th that will be led by a Larchmont-based developer, which will bring approximately 1,000 new housing units to the area as well as a new school and hip-hop museum. City officials announced…

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A Conversation with Putnam County Executive MaryEllen Odell

October 2017

Updates on Tilly Foster, Envision Brewster and How Sewer, Water Projects Could Foster Growth CARMEL—Prior to MaryEllen Odell taking office in November 2011, the economic development efforts in Putnam County were to put it politely outdated and were in fact close to non-existent. Since taking office Odell has made business attraction and retention, as well…

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Rockland County Investment Firm Proposes $175M Project to Revitalize Downtown Spring Valley

October 2017

SPRING VALLEY—Rockland County-based investment firm Concord Capital NY reported on Oct. 16th that it is seeking approvals to build a $175-million transit oriented development in Downtown Spring Valley. The project, which the firm states will be modeled after successful redevelopment initiatives in Downtown Yonkers, New Rochelle and in TOD-oriented locations on Long Island, calls for…

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Putnam County Visitors Bureau Launches New Website

October 2017

CARMEL—The Putnam County Visitors Bureau went live in September with a re-launched and much improved website at visitputnam.org that features a host of new tools for visitors to take advantage of to plug into the many destinations and events taking place year-round in Putnam County. Bruce Conklin, executive director of the Putnam County Visitors Bureau,…

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BARRISTER'S BRIEFING: Unlucky Number 13

October 2017

Realtors are in the business of listing and selling homes. They cannot and should not dispense legal advice. To my non-lawyer readers, this is not meant as a personal affront. With Friday the 13th in the eerie month of October no less, perhaps it is appropriate to address Article 13 of the Realtor Code of…

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IN MEMORIAM: Palma Calaluca Webb

October 2017

The Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors also regrets to inform its membership of the passing of Palma Calaluca Webb of Newburgh, a broker with John J. Lease Real Estate, on Oct. 9th at the age of 70. Born to Ferdinand Joseph and Mary Orsini Calaluca in Newburgh, NY on March 7, 1947, Palma was older…

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Jennifer Maher

Unsung Hero Helps Restore the Putnam County IDA

October 2017

Recently at the Putnam County Legislature’s Economic Development Committee meeting, the Putnam County Industrial Development Agency announced it is now in full compliance with the requirements of the New York State Comptroller’s Office and is open for business. The Legislature was instrumental in its support and assistance as well as the County Executive and her…

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Richard Haggerty

GATEWAY PERSPECTIVES: Global Markets Matter

October 2017

As reported in this edition of Real Estate In-Depth, the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors and the Staten Island Board of Realtors co-hosted a Global Summit event on October 2nd. Hundreds of attendees congregated at the Marriott Marquis in Midtown Manhattan to hear from industry experts on the importance of having a global perspective and…

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Orange Bank & Trust Company Opens Full Service Branch in Mount Vernon

August 2017

MIDDLETOWN — The Board of Directors and CEO Michael Gilfeather of Orange Bank & Trust Company announced on Aug. 24th that the bank had opened its fourth full service branch in Westchester County. The branch is located at 510 South Columbus Ave. in Mount Vernon. This new branch supports the bank’s strategic plan to expand…

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