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Warrior brewer: Mike Chiltern is all chips in with his White Plains brewery and event space

Westchester County Business Journal, Bob Rozycki, August 25, 2019



Mike Chiltern says if you want the absolute freshest beer served to you in White Plains come over to his place — Wolf & Warrior on East Post Road.

And why does he say he has the freshest? His place has a brewery, which he and right-hand man Mark Ruggiero watch over like doting parents, just mere feet below the beer taps.

New Building Planned for Current White Plains YMCA Site

White Plains Examiner, Pat Casey, July 23, 2019



A new mixed-use building proposal with apartments and ground-level retail to replace the “falling down” structure currently housing the YMCA at 250 Mamaroneck Ave., in White Plains was met with unanimous approval during the July 16 meeting of the Planning Board.


Somebody once told me: Smash Mouth to perform free concert in White Plains

Lohud, Isabel Keane, July 2, 2019


WHITE PLAINS - Well the years start coming and they don't stop coming. 


Macy’s sells its site at Galleria in White Plains for $27M

Westchester County Business Journal, Peter Katz, June 10, 2019

Macy’s, which has been a fixture at the Galleria shopping mall in White Plains, has sold the site it occupies to the owner of the mall, WP Galleria Realty LP of El Segundo, California, for $27 million.

Macy’s held title to the property it has been occupying since it moved into the Galleria from its former standalone site at the corner of Mamaroneck Avenue and Main Street, which eventually was torn down to make way for developer Louis Cappelli to build the City Center.

City of White Plains releases a Request For Proposals for the White Plains Transit District

The City of White Plains has released a Request For Proposals (RFP) for the White Plains Transit District. Through this RFP the City will solicit interest from qualified parties in the re-development of three city-owned properties and one Urban Renewal Agency parcel totaling approximately 4.5 acres. The parcels are located along the easterly side of the White Plains Metro-North railroad station within what is known as the White Plains Transit District.

Winner of Downtown White Plains Wing Walk 2019

Join Mayor Tom Roach and the White Plains BID at 2:00 PM on Tuesday April 9th at Lazy Boy Saloon, the winner of best tasting wing in the 2019 Downtown White Plains Wing Walk.

Take a Peek Inside White Plains’ New Brewery

Westchester Magazine, Andrew Dominick, March 2019


Mike Chiltern used to produce reality TV, documentaries, news segments, and made financial-marketing videos for Morgan Stanley. Now? He’s a brewer. Correct that, he’s been a decorated homebrewer for a number of years, having won or placed in every brewing competition he’s ever entered.

What's Fueling White Plains' Business Renaissance?

914 Inc., Dave Donelson, Spring 2019


An ideal location, plus significant residential and commercial development keeps White Plains at the center of it all.

White Plains may not be the exact geographic center of Westchester, but it is the seat of county government, one of its foremost retail markets, and contains more than one-third of the commercial office space in the county. It’s also undergoing what is perhaps the most intense burst of development in decades. It’s an exciting place to operate a business.


Tacos, tequila, moonshine and mofongo: More dining options come to White Plains

lohud, Jeanne Muchnick, February 25, 2019


There's a lot happening in White Plains. Alongside new housing and commercial development, the city will soon be filled with lots of tacos and tequila, some over-the-top milkshakes — and moonshine — along with mofongo, a Puerto Rican dish of mashed fried plantains and various proteins.

Mamaroneck Ave. buildings demolished to make way for 434-unit apartment complex

MSN, Akiko Matsuda, February 6, 2019


Demolition has been almost completed at the corner of Mamaroneck Avenue and East Post Road this week to make way for a 434-unit luxury apartment complex, formerly known as Broadstone White Plains. 

The two-tower mixed-use development, which has yet to be renamed, received final approval from the Common Council in September 2017 when it was proposed by Alliance Residential Co.