RPA, Untapped Potential, November 16, 2017 | New Rochelle is a case study of a municipality that streamlined its planning and approvals process to enable TOD and successfully stimulate economic investment.
Riverhead News-Review, October 12th, 2017 | Riverside Rediscovered and Renaissance Downtowns are perhaps best known locally as Southampton Town’s “master developers” for Riverside, an area that has long been known for blight, crime and the inability to attract new businesses due to environmental constraints.
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Long-Islander, October 6th, 2017 | Construction on the Northridge building, the first phase of Renaissance Downtowns’ Huntington Station revitalization project, will be complete by the end of the year, according to the developer working on the building.
Riverhead Local, October 3rd, 2017 | SEPA Mujer (Services for the Advancement of Women), a nonprofit organization that looks to empower women through a wide array of programs will have its annual black-tie gala and awards event Thursday at Giorgio’s in Baiting Hollow. Riverside Rediscovered, a community-driven initiative that focuses on redeveloping the Riverside area, which is the recipient of the Partnership of the Year award.
Newsday, September 24th, 2017 | The Huntington Town Board approved the next step in allowing Suffolk County to fund and conduct a feasibility and design study of extending the Southwest Sewer District into Huntington Station, an effort that officials said could boost revitalization projects.
Newsday, August 24th, 2017 | The Hempstead Town Industrial Development Agency voted unanimously Thursday to give preliminary approval for tax breaks to a school bus company for a multimillion-dollar training facility and garage in Hempstead Village.
Newsday, August 17th, 2017 | Gateway Plaza in Huntington Station will be bathed in festive lights through Labor Day. “This will bring people to the plaza, we’ll be able to hold community events or small gatherings where people can talk, hang out, listen to music; it’s good for businesses in the area,” said Officer Claudia Delgado, who applied for the grant. “And it looks pretty.”
New York Daily News, July 20th, 2017 | In Westchester County, New Rochelle has launched a downtown partnership between local government and a joint venture of RXR Realty and Renaissance Downtowns. It started with an inclusive process of community engagement, in which the development team spent time listening to local hopes and fears before making proposals.