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Ground broken on Bridge Street housing development in Nashua

Nashua Telegraph, December 2nd, 2016 | Years of work culminated in Thursday's official groundbreaking on the new waterfront housing development on Bridge Street. The project is owned by Renaissance Downtowns and will be called The Residences at Riverfront Landing. Construction on the Bridge Street property near where the Merrimack and Nashua rivers meet is set to begin before the end of the year.

Huntington Station redevelopment also eyes rebuilding community

Newsday, August 21st, 2016 | The master developer for Huntington Station’s revitalization has been working to rebuild the infrastructure of the hamlet, and also regenerate its sense of community. To that end, Plainview-based Renaissance Downtowns has created the StationSix grant program in which seven grants totaling $2,000 are awarded each month for projects ranging from beautification efforts to school supply giveaways.

Huntington OKs site plan for 3-story building in Huntington Station Project

Newsday, July 30th, 2016 | The Huntington Town board approved the Renaissance Downtowns Northridge project, a three-story building with commercial uses on the first floor and eight residential apartments on each of the upper two stories for a total of 16 dwelling units. The building will be on the northeast corner of Northridge Street and New York Avenue.

Hempstead Village and Nassau are building sewage pump system

Newsday, July 6, 2016 by John Asbury | Nassau County and Hempstead Village officials are building a $22 million sewage pump system to accommodate hundreds of new residents with the planned $2 billion Hempstead downtown revitalization project with Plainview- based developer Renaissance Downtowns.

Victory in Hempstead Village

Newsday, May 18th, 2016 | Developer Donald Monti declared victory Wednesday, saying he expects to break ground on a $2.5 billion revitalization effort in Hempstead Village this summer.

New Rochelle Bets on Its Downtown for Growth

The Wall Street Journal, March 20th, 2016 | New Rochelle is about to test its latest efforts to become Westchester’s shopping and entertainment destination by adding stores, restaurants and thousands of apartments to its aging downtown.