For more than three decades, Esposito Builders, Inc. has been recognized as one of Westchester County’s premiere Real Estate Development firms. 
     Their meticulously designed communities grace the landscapes of Westchester, including, Pleasantville, Briarcliff Manor, Dobbs Ferry, Irvington, Tarrytown, Sleepy Hollow, Mt. Pleasant, Greenburgh, Mt. Kisco, Chappaqua, Armonk, Buchanan, and Cortlandt Manor.  Esposito Builders is now expanding north to Putnam County with its newest Subdivision, Kirkwood Estates in Mahopac.
     Richard Esposito and his son, Douglas, design each new community to blend harmoniously into its surroundings with an eye towards maintaining environmental integrity. Each well crafted home is invested with quality details and luxurious amenities. Every prospective homeowner can work directly with the builder to refine their new home to meet their own discerning specifications.

     Esposito Builders also has an extensive background in commercial real estate development and management. Currently they are the owner/builder/manager of five commercial complexes in Westchester & Dutchess. The Corporate Offices of Esposito Builders are located at one of their properties known as The Atrium at RAE Park, a 121,000 square foot complex which overlooks the Hudson River at Charles Point, and is home to professional, light industrial and retail tenants


Richard & Douglas Esposito
Richard resides in Briarcliff Manor with his wife Vera of fifty years and has three children and seven grandchildren.
Left to Right: Douglas Esposito, Richard Esposito
Douglas and his wife Darlene reside in Katonah with their three sons.

     Richard has served on the Board of Directors of the Home Builders Advisory Counsel of Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess Counties, and The Westchester Business Partnership for Economic Development. Currently he is on the Board of Hudson Valley Hospital Center. A former three-term president of the Builder’s Institute of Westchester and the Mid-Hudson Region; Richard received their "Distinguished Service Award" for furthering the building and realty industries of the region. Douglas is a member of the Board of Directors of the Building and Realty Institute of Westchester/Putnam Counties.

     Richard and Douglas are both graduates of Syracuse University. They are both active community members. Douglas is on the Church Council of Emanuel Lutheran Church in Pleasantville, NY. Additionally, Richard is an active member of the Peekskill Rotary and has served as a volunteer fireman and past Chairman of the Fire Commissioners of Scarborough Fire District.

IN THE NEWSNew York Times October 20, 2002

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