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Unease at Kentucky Project Mirrors Construction Industry’s Fears
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Unease at Kentucky Project Mirrors Construction Industry’s Fears

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Until the coronavirus pandemic, Gill Holland spent six years and $35 million constructing new residences and renovating 19th- and...

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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

Built in 1926, this 49,322-square-foot building is in the Hudson Heights neighborhood. The six-story building has 64 rent-stabilized apartments,...

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At Two Fashion Resale Warehouses, Workers Fear for Their Safety
News 1 week ago
At Two Fashion Resale Warehouses, Workers Fear for Their Safety

Note: After publication, this article was updated to reflect current conditions at the Secaucus, N. J., warehouse of the RealReal. At the RealReal...

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April Bills Loom. The Economy Hangs on How Many Are Left Unpaid.
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April Bills Loom. The Economy Hangs on How Many Are Left Unpaid.

On Wednesday, as on the first day of any month, many companies and households will have bills to pay. This time, a lot will simply pile up. Angela...

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Coronavirus Is Closing Social Security Offices. Here’s How to Get Benefit Help.
News 2 weeks ago
Coronavirus Is Closing Social Security Offices. Here’s How to Get Benefit Help.

The Social Security Administration operates a vast network of more than 1,200 offices around the country that help thousands of Americans every day...

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A Plan to Develop Farmland in Amish Country Meets Resistance
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A Plan to Develop Farmland in Amish Country Meets Resistance

A proposed development addresses urban sprawl and scarce housing in rural Lancaster County, but some say it’s the right project in the wrong spot....

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With Disney, a Manhattan Neighborhood Reinvents Itself
News 4 weeks ago
With Disney, a Manhattan Neighborhood Reinvents Itself

In the two years since Disney announced it would move its New York offices to Hudson Square, the former manufacturing district has risen in stature...

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Colleges Invest So ‘What’s the Town Like?’ Gets an Upbeat Answer
News 1 month ago
Colleges Invest So ‘What’s the Town Like?’ Gets an Upbeat Answer

A number of small schools like Colby, in Maine, are hoping to improve off-campus amenities by helping to revitalize downtowns....

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Pier 1 Imports, the Struggling Home Goods Retailer, Files for Bankruptcy
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Pier 1 Imports, the Struggling Home Goods Retailer, Files for Bankruptcy

Once wildly popular for its inexpensive, imported pillows and rattan chairs, the home furnishings chain struggled to compete against Home Goods and...

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A Warehouse Robot Learns to Sort Out the Tricky Stuff
News 2 months ago
A Warehouse Robot Learns to Sort Out the Tricky Stuff

At a facility near Berlin, a new kind of robot is automating tasks that until recently had been out of the reach of machines. Inside a warehouse on...

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Fort Worth Embraces Its Cowboy Culture
News 2 months ago
Fort Worth Embraces Its Cowboy Culture

The Texas city hopes to become a center of sports and entertainment with the opening of Dickies Arena and plans to modernize its Stockyards...

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Real Men Don’t Rent
News 2 months ago
Real Men Don’t Rent

Through their explanations, they provided a window into how fashion-aware men think about clothes in 2020. Their stated values - individuality,...

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Pier 1 Imports to Close Up to 450 Stores and Cut Jobs
News 2 months ago
Pier 1 Imports to Close Up to 450 Stores and Cut Jobs

The furniture chain is the latest retailer to struggle with declining store visits and changing consumer tastes....

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The Nets Called It Home. Now an NBC Drama Lives There.
News 2 months ago
The Nets Called It Home. Now an NBC Drama Lives There.

Aging stadiums are usually demolished, but dormant Meadowlands Arena in New Jersey has become a soundstage for a prime-time series. EAST RUTHERFORD...

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The Warriors Get a New Home, and New Neighbors
News 3 months ago
The Warriors Get a New Home, and New Neighbors

Chase Center, in San Francisco’s Mission Bay, seeks to anchor more than an N.B.A. franchise. Before the Chase Center opened in September in San...

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Prime Anchor: An Amazon Warehouse Town Dreams of a Better Life
News 3 months ago
Prime Anchor: An Amazon Warehouse Town Dreams of a Better Life

Andrew Spear for The New York TimesIn Campbellsville, Ky., the tech giant's influences abound. The profits, not so much. CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. - In...

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Shuttered Philadelphia Refinery May Get New Life After Fire
News 3 months ago
Shuttered Philadelphia Refinery May Get New Life After Fire

The size and location of the parcel make it an attractive piece of real estate, but its future is clouded by questions of viability....

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When Office Buildings Go Beyond Green
News 11 months ago
When Office Buildings Go Beyond Green

The crowded field of third-party certifications has left some wondering which are necessary and which are just marketing gimmicks. When Office...

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