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The best route for Citi Bike
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The best route for Citi Bike

To the editor: Re: “More needs to be done to ensure equitable access to bike-share in all New York City communities. But partnerships are already...

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Cushman & Wakefield nabs leasing exclusivity for Fisher Landau building
News 5 days ago
Cushman & Wakefield nabs leasing exclusivity for Fisher Landau building

Cushman & Wakefield has been hired exclusively to rent out the 25,000-square-foot building in Long Island City that previously housed the Fisher...

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World Trade Center mall has a plan to get you to stick around
News 1 week ago
World Trade Center mall has a plan to get you to stick around

There are always crowds at the shopping mall inside the: commuters rushing to their trains, tourists wandering about after a stop at the nearby 9...

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City opens temporary Brooklyn ‘green space' amid legal fight
News 1 week ago
City opens temporary Brooklyn ‘green space' amid legal fight

The city has opened a temporary parklike space at Willoughby Square as it fends off a legal challenge over who has the right to build on the 1.2...

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Facial-recognition startup pushes ahead despite controversy surrounding the technology
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Facial-recognition startup pushes ahead despite controversy surrounding the technology

Longtime Google engineer Chaim Fried built his first surveillance system, around his Brooklyn home, five years ago, after his family lost all its...

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Loft law set to be expanded following Cuomo signature
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Loft law set to be expanded following Cuomo signature

Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation at the end of June that extends the state's Loft Law. The effort will further the protections extended to...

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Blackstone near deal for $1.1B mortgage
News 2 weeks ago
Blackstone near deal for $1.1B mortgage

Blackstone Group is close to agreeing on a deal valued at about $1.1 billion to sell a portfolio of Spanish mortgages to CarVal Investors, people...

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Number of NY architects is up, but firms still need more
News 2 weeks ago
Number of NY architects is up, but firms still need more

For yearlong access to lists assembled by Crain's New York Business, please Statewide architectural employment is growing quickly. Last year the...

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City urban design advocate takes CA post
News 2 weeks ago
City urban design advocate takes CA post

Vishaan Chakrabarti, founder of the New York-based Place for Architecture and Urbanism, has been named dean of UC Berkeley's College of...

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Deadline nears for sprinkler requirement
News 2 weeks ago
Deadline nears for sprinkler requirement

A 15-year deadline is days away for building owners to comply with a law requiring fire sprinklers in all commercial buildings 100-feet or taller,...

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Co-practicing startup Alma announces $8M funding round, community expansion
News 3 weeks ago
Co-practicing startup Alma announces $8M funding round, community expansion

Alma, a co-practicing space for mental health providers in Midtown…;, has raised $8 million in funding as it expands its offerings. The company...

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Legislators race to fix mistake in rent law
News 3 weeks ago
Legislators race to fix mistake in rent law

In the final hours of the legislative session in Albany, lawmakers are racing to pass a key update to the freshly minted rent-regulation law. The...

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City targets illegal $5 million Airbnb ring
News 3 weeks ago
City targets illegal $5 million Airbnb ring

City officials are going after a group of landlords, accusing them of operating a ring of illegal short-term rentals that they marketed on popular...

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Brooklyn is booming with baby boomers
News 1 month ago
Brooklyn is booming with baby boomers

Not all baby boomers are fleeing the city for points south. A study of Census data by released Wednesday by real estate listings site RentCafé...

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Bank of America plans to concentrate Manhattan staff at Midtown hub
News 1 month ago
Bank of America plans to concentrate Manhattan staff at Midtown hub

Bank of America Corp. wants to bring more of its New York staff to one hub. The company is starting renovations on the HBO building and three...

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East 125th Street gets boost ahead of Second Avenue subway extension
News 1 month ago
East 125th Street gets boost ahead of Second Avenue subway extension

The second phase of the Second Avenue subway is not expected to be completed until toward the end of the next decade at the earliest. But investors...

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During crucial rent renewals, real estate donations soar
News 1 month ago
During crucial rent renewals, real estate donations soar

ALBANY - When New York's crucial rent-control laws have been up for renewal, political donations to state lawmakers from the state's influential...

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Staten Island Revamp Advances Without $3,000 ‘Affordable’ Rents
News 1 month ago
Staten Island Revamp Advances Without $3,000 ‘Affordable’ Rents

A key City Council subcommittee approved new zoning rules for Staten Island's Bay Street area Thursday - making progress toward the mayor's...

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Nearly complete 30-story UES condo may have to remove five floors
News 1 month ago
Nearly complete 30-story UES condo may have to remove five floors

Developers of an Upper East Side condo tower may have to remove five floors from the building after an elected official and a preservation group...

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Warring agencies reach deal to sell final World Trade Center site
News 1 month ago
Warring agencies reach deal to sell final World Trade Center site

One World Trade Center is reflected in the windows of the 3 World Trade Center. 5 World Trade Center is the last site to be developed. Two state...

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City takes over and whittles down stalled Willoughby Square project
News 1 month ago
City takes over and whittles down stalled Willoughby Square project

Plans for a new park in Downtown Brooklyn promised nearly 15 years ago may finally be moving forward, though without a private developer or the...

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Convene CEO predicts coworking sector consolidation
News 1 month ago
Convene CEO predicts coworking sector consolidation

GREW UP: Hillsborough Township, N. J. LIGHT-BULB MOMENT: Simonetti headed a team investing in office buildings and hotels for Gramercy Capital, a...

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Servers sing Broadway tunes while you eat at Gayle’s Broadway Rose
News 1 month ago
Servers sing Broadway tunes while you eat at Gayle’s Broadway Rose

Amazon Go 200 Vesey St. Amazon’s cashierless takeout shop sells breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack items from national and local brands including...

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Microsoft inks deals for SoHo office space, reports say
News 2 months ago
Microsoft inks deals for SoHo office space, reports say

Microsoft is heading for SoHo. After Crain's reported in September that the tech giant was eyeing space at 300 Lafayette St. in the neighborhood, a...

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NY bill would bar facial recognition programs for landlords
News 2 months ago
NY bill would bar facial recognition programs for landlords

New legislation introduced in New York state would ban the use of facial recognition software by landlords in residential buildings. The bill,...

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Retail rents are falling in most of Manhattan's top shopping corridors
News 2 months ago
Retail rents are falling in most of Manhattan's top shopping corridors

Pedestrians pass in front of the Coca-Cola Co. building at 711 Fifth Avenue in New York, U. S., on Monday, Dec. 10, 2018. Empty storefronts along...

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Allure Group has until 2022 to open Lower East Side health facility
News 2 months ago
Allure Group has until 2022 to open Lower East Side health facility

Paul Mahoney, assistant deputy attorney general, told Community Board 3 on the Lower East Side last week that the state has reviewed potential...

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Brooklyn, Queens neighborhoods top list of fastest-growing rental markets
News 2 months ago
Brooklyn, Queens neighborhoods top list of fastest-growing rental markets

Within the five boroughs, demand for rental apartments is growing fastest in already expensive neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Queens. Dumbo, Long...

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No stopping Amazon this time, but jobs pay less
News 2 months ago
No stopping Amazon this time, but jobs pay less

Amazon is blitzing New York City again, although this time with warehouse jobs that pay workers $17 to $20 per hour rather than professional...

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Evacuation notices required at residential buildings under NYC Council bill
News 2 months ago
Evacuation notices required at residential buildings under NYC Council bill

Building owners would have to post hurricane evacuation notices in their residential properties under legislation the City Council expected to pass...

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