By Sara-Megan Walsh Huntington Town officials are looking to state representatives in Albany to push for the transfer of ownership of a state property on New York Avenue to the town by June 20. Councilwoman Joan Cergol (D) introduced a late resolution at the June 5 town board meeting to send a home rule [...]
The master developer behind Huntington Station’s revitalization plans wishes it was more transparent with residents outraged by proposed changes it was seeking to Gateway Plaza. Renaissance Downtowns and developer G2G Development submitted a request April 24 seeking to change the composition of apartments that will make up the Gateway Plaza building to be constructed on the [...]
by Sara-Megan Walsh - May 8, 2018Town of Huntington officials hope the completion of the first concrete project in Huntington Station’s revitalization plan will pave the way for future success.Huntington Town officials and more than 50 Huntington Station community members gathered to celebrate the grand opening of Northridge apartments May 7 with a ribbon cutting and tours of [...]
May 8, 2018AuthorMichelle Centamore BY MICHELLE GABRIELLE CENTAMORE and JAKE PELLEGRINO A ribbon-cutting Monday for the Northridge building heralded the start of the next phase of Huntington Station’s revitalization. The Northridge building, part of the Huntington Station revitalization, was developed by New York New Home Builder Blue & Gold Homes & Renaissance Downtowns and is at 1046 New [...]
Riverhead News Review, March 26th, 2018 | “It allows investors to more readily invest in areas where investment hasn’t come,” Mr. McLean said, such as communities that are economically distressed under federal Housing and Urban Development standards.
GlobeSt.com, March 5th, 2018 | Mayor Bramson and officials with RXR Realty, the master developer for the for the City of New Rochelle’s downtown redevelopment program with partner Renaissance Downtowns, will soon move forward with a plan to build twin, 28-story towers.
Vice Impact, February 27th, 2018 | “We come to communities that are economically depressed and have vulnerable populations,” Siris Barrios, Community Liaison for Renaissance Downtowns, which focuses on impact real estate development, told VICE Impact. “We look at the needs of the community and make them part of the process.”
Long Island Post, February 26th, 2018 | The unincorporated hamlet of Riverside, nestled between the towns of Riverhead and Southampton, doesn’t easily relate to the glitzy veneer of the Hamptons. Over the years, the hamlet has seen its share of hard times but Plainview-based Renaissance Downtowns believes the area is a diamond in the rough.
Bisnow, February 12th, 2018 | Thirty minutes from Grand Central by train, millennials’ next live-work-play hub is taking shape. New Rochelle, once under the shadow of New York City, has come into its own as an affordable alternative to soaring housing prices in the city.
Private Equity International, February 2018 | What does it mean to invest with purpose? Doing good takes all shapes and forms but ESG integration is critical, says Craig Cogut, founder and chairman of Pegasus Capital Advisers. He highlights Renaissance Downtown's focus on sustainable industries with positive environmental and social impacts.