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And now another, smaller river — the Saw Mill, which meanders into the Hudson, but was paved over in the 19th century when it was fouled with industrial ...
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The building of the river tunnel hasn’t begun either. Both projects lack funding. In this era of failing infrastructure and political gridlock, the two-block long caverns, known as ...
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Baby shrimp and squid from Vini e Fritti, which should be ready in September, in the Redbury New York in NoMad. Credit John Taggart for The New ...
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“So we put a pencil on a map and drew 150 miles out,” he said. Looking west, they checked out Bethlehem, Pa., a city of 75,000 wedged between ...
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She aimed for as little street noise as possible. “It is hard to find an apartment that is absolutely quiet if you want light,” Ms. Sun said. “If ...
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“Noise is the No. 1 complaint,” said City Councilman Ben Kallos, who represents the Upper East Side and has been inundated with hundreds of noise complaints in the ...
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Other lifestyle attractions are the local food sourcing, the dock-to-table dining choices, the proximity of vineyards and the pervasive sense of living history. “The descendants of the original ...
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Now here in Sacramento, lawmakers are considering extraordinary legislation to, in effect, crack down on communities that have, in their view, systematically delayed or derailed housing construction proposals, ...
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Leading real estate E.T.F.s like Vanguard R.E.I.T. and iShares Cohen & Steers R.E.I.T. have also produced diminished returns over the last year. The Wegmans store under construction ...
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Franny’s, a Brooklyn restaurant, opened nearly 15 years ago. Credit Michael Nagle for The New York Times Franny’s, a Brooklyn restaurant that opened in 2004, became a ...
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