Bell-Meyer brings with her over 10 years’ experience working with chambers of commerce and economic development initiatives.
Established last year, the Housing Fund Flex Program is made possible by a $100-million contribution of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds over two years.
Westchester County Executive Latimer Signs Bills to Fund Land Deals for Affordable Senior Housing Developments in Ossining and Yonkers
“Our responsibility as a county government is to make sure that the opportunity for affordable housing is always there. Having access to decent housing is a basic, human right, and homes need to remain at a price point that all people can afford,”
The two affordable properties will help ease the housing shortage for senior citizens in Westchester, where seniors living on fixed incomes struggle to afford rising housing costs.
WHITE PLAINS—Westchester County officials announced on June 22 that five Westchester municipalities—Bedford, Dobbs Ferry, Mount Kisco, Pelham and
Five Business Organizations Tell Westchester State Delegation Housing Incentives Alone Will Not Work
WHITE PLAINS—The chief executives of five major business organizations in Westchester County, including the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors,
WHITE PLAINS—Chief officials from the cities of White Plains, Yonkers and New Rochelle agree that investment interest in new
WHITE PLAINS—Westchester County announced on Feb. 22 that the next phase of Westchester County Office of Economic Development’s
NORTH CASTLE—The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and Westchester Land Trust announced on Feb. 3 the acquisition
ELMSFORD—Robert Martin Company, one of the largest real estate management and development firms in Westchester County, announced recently it
WHITE PLAINS—A panel of regional commercial developers offered a mixed outlook for the sector with somewhat optimistic forecasts for
WHITE PLAINS—Westchester County Executive George Latimer announced on Aug. 9 the county had established a $10-million fund for small