Total existing-home sales—completed transactions that include single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops—rose 3.1% from December to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.00 million in January.
Allowing landlords to get by without building permits and Certificates of Occupancy or building at substandard levels places, residents, business owners, merchants and first responders at risk.
The solution to diversifying commercial development lies not in rejecting progress, but in embracing a more nuanced approach. We need a development ecosystem that sings a richer melody, with diverse notes of retail, office spaces, and light industry harmonizing in a dynamic symphony.
Kimberly Von Ronn to Replace Retiring Jim Elcik as Director of Consumer Protection in Rockland County
Rockland County Executive Ed Day recently announced two staffing changes that took effect on Oct. 2. Jim Elcik, Director of
WHITE PLAINS—Sales volume in the market area of the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors fell sharply in the second
Since my administration successfully dug residents in Rockland County out of a $138-million deficit, we’ve been able to focus
PEARL RIVER—Officials with the Hudson Valley iCampus in Pearl River report the ownership has closed lease and renewal deals
Rockland County Executive Ed Day announced earlier this month that Spencer Chiimbwe of Stony Point is Rockland’s new Commissioner
Rand Commercial reported recently that Mary Codispoti has joined its Team of Commercial Professionals in Rockland County. Codispoti earned her
NEW CITY—Executives with four newly opened Rockland County residential brokerage firms recently met in New City to discuss their
Here in county government, we are always working to improve the lives of everyone who calls beautiful Rockland home. This