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Bronx Apartment Building Trades For $8.75M

The 71-unit corner building at 2150 Wallace Avenue in Bronx, NY - also known as 783 Lydig Avenue - has sold for $8.75 million....
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Groceries For The Rich, Diesel Fumes For The 99%

The latest in a series of struggles between two competing visions of development is playing out in the South Bronx, on a 100-square-acre section of waterfront property in the neighborhood of Mott Haven....
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Outer Borough Customers Can Legally Hail For Taxis

New York State has now allowed livery cabs to pick up street hails in the outer boroughs and in Manhattan above 96th street. The new green cabs are going to be on the road really soon....
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Bronx Multifamily Trades For $5.3M

2760 GC Realty, LLC acquired the apartment building at 2760 Grand Concourse in Bronx, NY from 3830 Bronx Boulevard Associates, LLC for $5.25 million, or about $95,500 per square foot....
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Perrigo Company Hires Francisco Pacheco

Perrigo, a leading pharmaceutical supplier, announced today that Francisco Pacheco has been hired as Employee Relations Representative for the Human Resources (HR) team....
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Bronx Set To Get Its Own Boutique Hotel

A real estate developer has been busy working on a new 61-room hotel with kind of a cool historical background: the building originally opened as the Bronx Opera House in 1913, and hosted acts like Harry Houdini, George Burns and the Marx Brothers over the years....
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Bronx Retail Corridor Gets $54 Million Project

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) yesterday announced the selection of Equity One, Inc. to redevelop an 80,000 s/f site located along the Broadway retail corridor in Bronx....
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Mary Olushoga Nominated For Oxfam America

Bronx Resident and Small Business Advocate, Mary Olushoga, Nominated for the Oxfam America: International Women’s Day Challenge....
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Business Opportunity Notice

PSC Environmental Services is soliciting sub bids from New York certified MBWEs for IFB# C000157 Hazardous Waste Removal at Bronx Psychiatric Center....
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Bronx Chamber Of Commerce's Irish Heritage Luncheon

On Wednesday, the Bronx Chamber of Commerce hosted its Irish Heritage Luncheon where former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani served as the keynote speaker and was among the Irish Heritage Honorees....
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Corporation Acquires Bronx Multifamily

TMJ Construction Corporation acquired the 30-unit multifamily building at 1466 Beach Avenue in Bronx from Ronald B. Hunte for $2.3 million, or about $77,000 per unit....
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The Morgan Group Pays $3M For Bronx Multifamily

The Morgan Group acquired 600 Trinity Avenue in the Bronx from Urban American Management for $3 million, or $62,500 price per unit....
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A Friendlier Bronx Business Climate

In his State of the Borough speech earlier today, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. touted business development projects like the Kingsbridge redevelopment and a deal that lured the Queens-based FreshDirect company to the South Bronx as proof that he is creating jobs and stimulating the borough's economy....
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Guide To Donating Your Car To Charity*

As tax time is upon us, we would like to help donors make informed giving decisions when they part with their hard-earned dollars by writing a check to charity. In the past few years, however, more and more donors are attempting to help themselves, and help others, by donating their used automobiles to charity....
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Escort Quality, Hooker Pricing

Bronx community leaders are demanding the removal of a vodka billboard with an offensive message, which has been put up near an area once synonymous with prostitution....
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Finally: FreshDirect Moving To Bronx

The New York City Internet grocer FreshDirect is moving to new headquarters in Bronx....
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Affordable Bronx Business Space

The first city-sponsored business incubator in the Bronx officially opened its doors earlier today....
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17 Bronx Post Offices Set For Closure

Major cuts are coming to the U.S. Postal Service, and the plan calls for the closure of post offices across the country. That includes 17 post offices in Bronx now targeted, and that has the community worried....
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South Bronx Residents Advised To Go To Credit Unions Due To Lack Of Banks

For four decades, government and non-profit agencies have urged residents in poor neighborhoods to use banks instead of check-cashing outlets and mattresses for their banking. And for decades, such residents have resisted, saying banks are pricey, scarce and inconvenient....
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Bronx Sees Increase Of Chain Stores

Bronx is booming and more chain stores are opening for business in the borough, according to one non-profit economic development corporation.
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Comptroller Highlights Recent Deposits Of $20M In Banking Development Districts In Brooklyn & Bronx

New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli today visited Ridgewood Savings Bank, in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn and Spring Bank, in South Bronx, to highlight the importance of Banking Development Districts (BDDs). The Comptroller's Office has deposited $10 million in state funds in each of the two bank branches.

The Rise Оf Chinese Technology Аnd Тhe US Response

In 1914 the Europeans (including the British) ruled the world. Their empires spanned the globe, their culture reigned supreme, financially they were the center of the world, their science was a marvel and they had convinced themselves and a good part of the world that they possessed a moral superiority. But by 1945, they had massacred tens of millions of their citizens, bombed their beautiful cities into ruble and bankrupted themselves financially and morally. German, the emerging language of technology in 1914, disappeared from the pages of global science.
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A Greek-American Is Building The Largest Movie Studio In NYC

After creating four giants in New York City’s construction sector, serial-entrepreneur John Kalafatis, has started the development of a hundred-million-dollar movie studio in the Big Apple, tapping into the city’s booming movie-industry.
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Apple Only Interested In White Americans

No stores in black areas.
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BP Diaz Hosts Re-Opening Of Zaro’s In Parkchester

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. today joined the Zaro family and other community leaders to host the grand re-opening of the new Zaro’s Family Bakery retail location in Parkchester.
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Blink Fitness Opens Its Newest Bronx Location In The Hub

Blink Fitness, the premium-quality, value-based fitness club, is excited to announce the opening of its newest Bronx location in The Hub.
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JPMorgan Chase Pumps $500G Into NY Workforce Development

A big bank is dropping big bucks — more than $500,000 — on workforce development in New York City.
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Bronx Entrepreneur Finds Success With New Fashion Line

A recent college graduate from Bronx is making waves with his new clothing line.
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Clean Energy Fuels Begins First Bronx CNG Fueling Station

Clean Energy Fuels Corp., the leading provider of natural gas fuel for transportation in North America- the City of New York, and community leaders broke ground on a new, state-of-the-art compressed natural gas (CNG) station in the Hunts Point section of the Bronx that will fuel multiple fleets operating across the city.

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