YIDA

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YIDAYonkers Industrial Development Agency (Yonkers, NY)
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and the Yonkers Industrial Development Agency (IDA) broke ground to mark the start of construction on Warburton Lofts, a historic restoration of loft-style rental apartments and retail space at 44-50 and 54 Warburton Avenue.
The board of Yonkers Industrial Development Agency, or IDA, unanimously voted to finalize a set of economic development incentives for the construction of 77 rental units in a seven-story building at 47-75 Ravine Avenue between Point and Gold streets.
The Board of Yonkers Industrial Development Agency (IDA) has unanimously passed a resolution to finalize a set of economic development incentives for the construction of 77 rental units in a seven-story building at 47-75 Ravine Avenue.
The Board of the Yonkers Industrial Development Agency (IDA) unanimously passed a resolution to finalize an economic incentive package to bring ContraFect Corporation to iPark Hudson at 28 Wells Avenue.
The Board of Yonkers Industrial Development Agency (IDA) unanimously passed resolutions that will help pave the way for three diverse businesses to open or expand in the City of Yonkers.
The Board of Yonkers Industrial Development Agency (IDA) approved resolutions to move forward with public hearings and to negotiate economic development packages for two downtown affordable housing projects.
The Board of Yonkers Industrial Development Agency (IDA) unanimously passed a resolution finalizing an economic development package for Ashburton Avenue I, a four-story rental apartment complex designated for seniors, as well as a package for 244 South Broadway, a mixed-use housing and retail project.
The Board of Yonkers Industrial Development Agency (IDA) passed a resolution finalizing an economic development package for Hudson Scenic Studio, a national production and scenic fabrication firm that has served the professional entertainment industry for nearly three decades.
The Board of Yonkers Industrial Development Agency (IDA) last week voted to provide an economic development package for the first phase of the Grant Park Apartments, an affordable housing complex on the former 12-acre, public housing site known as Mulford Gardens.
The Board of Yonkers Industrial Development Agency (IDA) unanimously passed a resolution to move forward with a public hearing and to negotiate an economic development package for a proposed 8,500-square-foot expansion of the Emerging Health Information Technology data center at 100 Corporate Drive.