Communities

Westchester is composed of many communities. Whether they be villages, towns or cities. Each has its own housing market and unique character. You can learn about this here.

July 26, 2015
Trump Tower White Plains at dusk

For Sale at Trump Tower in Downtown White Plains – #18D

Come home to this large corner unit at Trump Tower with a west facing view. And be prepared to view the spectacular sunsets nature will serve up every day from your 18th story vantage point.
July 26, 2015
The city in the park - Downtown White Plains

Trump Tower – White Plains NY – Update on sales stats – summer 2015

Like all real estate in the New York metropolitan area, Trump Tower was impacted by the financial crisis of 2008...However, after 2011, the market started posting gains. And if the statistics hold for the remainder of 2015, Trump Tower will have completely recovered the losses posted since 2006.
June 9, 2015
21 Browning - Ossining NY 10562

For Sale in Ossining NY – 21 Browning Drive – 10562

Wonderful , fully modernized pre-war colonial home for sale in Ossining NY. Great property and location.
May 12, 2015
Historic Home - Tarrytown NY 10591

Westchester homes with history and modern amenities

When you live in Westchester NY, particularly in one of the river towns, you often find yourself bumping up against history. Westchester has a rich history and a home buyer is quite likely to find themselves looking at homes built in the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries.
April 27, 2015
Jefferson Place - 300 Mamaroneck Ave.

Jefferson Place of White Plains NY – Sales Update:

As the housing recovery has moved from a buyers market into sellers market territory, we are seeing prices make a comeback in the White Plains condo and coop market. Jefferson Place is no exception.
April 12, 2015
The Tappan Zee Bridge - New Bridge Construction

Bridges in Parallel – The New Tappan Zee Bridge….

This massive improvement in infrastructure is an example of strong commitment that both the private and public sectors have for the river towns along the Hudson. This is part of what would be considered a healthy re-development that will benefit all who live in these towns.