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2019 was a big year for Westchester County. With major new developments sprouting up all over the county, increased tourism, and management shake-ups, the local business world saw some major changes this year. Here’s what you might have missed.

 


PHOTO BY MARIAH THOMAS

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New Rochelle Welcomes New High-Rise Development to Historic Art District

The recent ribbon-cutting at 360 Huguenot marks a major milestone in the revitalization of downtown New Rochelle.

By Mariah Thomas

 


Courtesy of HudCo

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HudCo’s New Wellness-Minded Facility Is a Dream Come True for Local Entrepreneurs

The Dobbs Ferry company’s rapid growth exemplifies the desirability and versatility of communal working spaces in Westchester.

By Dave Zucker

 


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Westchester Tourism Reaches Historic High

Westchester’s travel and tourism soared to nearly $2 billion in 2018.

By Sierra Petro

 


Photo by TOSHI TASAKI

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8 Woman-Led Westchester Organizations That Are Crushing It

In honor of International Women’s Day, we’re shining the spotlight on these top-performing local businesses leaders.

By Dave Zucker

 


PHOTO COURTESY OF WESTCHESTER WOMEN’S AGENDA

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5 Women’s Organizations You Should Get Involved With in Westchester

No matter what you want to do for your community, there is a women’s group for you.

By Sierra Petro

 


PHOTOS COURTESY OF CUCULLO BROTHERS

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Two Brothers Run Three Booming Businesses — All on One Block

New Rochelle brothers Giovanni and Peter Cucullo have staked their claim to Huguenot Street with three neighboring restaurants. Here’s how they do it.

By Elizabeth Colombini

 


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Latimer Cans Contract With Standard Amusements Over Playland Management

The county executive announced the decision, marking yet another stumble along the Rye park’s road to revitalization.

By Dave Zucker

 


ANTON GVOZDIKOV | ADOBESTOCK

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5 Real Estate Projects Set to Transform Westchester and the Hudson Valley

Developers shared insights on five major projects with a huge regional impact at the WCA/HVEDC 3rd Annual Real Estate Summit.

By Amy R. Partridge

 

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Big Residential Projects Keep Coming in Yonkers and White Plains

$1.3 billion in investment projects mean an estimated 2,000 residential spaces, plus 4,000 construction and 500 full-and part-time jobs.

By Paige Touse

 


Photo by Dave Zucker

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A Deep Dive Into Downtown Peekskill’s More Recent Developments

We catch you up on more than a year of new projects, places, and more in this growing northern Westchester metropolis.

By Dave Zucker

 

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