Introducing June WAG!
Introducing June WAG!
Join WAG for a journey up Boston Post Road (U.S. 1) as we explore the array of offerings that make the Sound Shore region “a pretty groovy place.”
Says New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson: “We’re enjoying unprecedented success. Thirty-two projects approved, 10 completed, 11 under construction with more that are going to begin soon. Their leasing up ahead of expectations really validates the hopes and expectations that the city had when we adopted our downtown framework in 2015 and it positions New Rochelle as a regional leader in smart, sustainable growth.”
Recently, we asked other Sound Shore mayors and supervisors to tell us what makes them and their communities tick. Jaine Elking Eney, supervisor of the town of Mamaroneck, and Jennifer Monachino Lapey, mayor of Pelham Manor, took the time to respond to us.
A new luxury apartment building in New Rochelle, the Stella is so pet-friendly, it was named for one of the developers’ dogs.
The celebrated New York City coffeehouse group, Joe Coffee Co., is opening its first Westchester branch in New Rochelle.
Growing up on Long Island, Joseph Graziose, senior vice president of residential development for RXR, used to gaze out across the Long Island Sound at New Rochelle and wonder what it was like. Now he’s helping it grow.
New York Covenant Church and BRP Cos. see construction of a high-rise building at 500 Main St.
Iona College’s commitment to a well-rounded education has earned it kudos for innovation and a 32% increase in enrollment over three years. Now the college is creating a new home for its NewYork-Presbyterian School of Health Sciences on its Bronxville campus, formerly the site of Concordia College.
The refinancing of Co-Op City’s mortgage makes it possible to spend $124 million on repairs and upgrades for a residential property so iconic that it’s an easy landmark for flights in and out of LaGuardia Airport – to say nothing of drivers on the Hutchinson River Parkway and Interstate 95.
In and out of court, before juries or judges alone and on appeal, Jeffrey D. Buss of Yonkers-based Smith, Buss & Jacobs LLP has taken on the complexities of everything but business fraud to environmental and real estate law. As general counsel for the Riverbay Corp. – as Co-Op City on the Pelham Bay side of the Bronx is formally known – he has once again helped refinance the middle-income housing development’s mortgage to the tune of $621.5 million.
Here’s a rare opportunity to own a family compound nestled in the private, gated community of Conyer’s Farm – home of the Greenwich Polo Club – with 24-hour security.
Before the days turn really hot on the Long Island Sound, refresh your home – and your entertainment rituals – for summer, writes WAG interior design columnist, Cami Weinstein.
Skinner Inc.’s recent sale of Jim Dixon’s collection of Oriental rugs with garden motifs – the first in a series of Skinner auctions representing the collection – proves the perennial appeal of these magic carpets.
The new Mamaroneck Cinemas are ready for the summer movie season.
More than doubling its number of screens and with a focus on film, education and community, The Picture House Regional Film Center is poised to capitalize on movie theaters’ comeback.
With its storied history, New Rochelle’s Glen Island Park is now looking to the future.
The Restaurant at Rowayton Seafood, a long-established waterside Connecticut eatery, continues to impress with its exceptional food and service. Not to mention the chic décor and panoramic views.
There’s something for everybody in this selection of the myriad private beach and yacht clubs that proliferate along the Sound Shore.
Call it Italian pasta with an Indian touch – an arrabiata dish that draws on the two countries’ love of red chili peppers.