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Bronx Millenial Entrepreneurs

Two young entrepreneurial brothers from the neighborhood are taking the transportation world by storm.
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CubeSmart Opens New State-of-the-Art Storage Facility In Bronx

CubeSmart, one of the nation’s largest self-storage operators, announces the opening of a new state-of-the-art storage facility at 1235 East Tremont Avenue in Bronx....
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Bronx Museum Grosses $650K

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. senior director J. Michael Evans and managing director John Mahoney were among 500 guests who sat at tables covered in white satin, with miniature vases of white nerine lilies surrounding a wire sphere filled with LED lights....
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Ruben Diaz, Jr. & Donald Trump - Allies In Borough Renewal

Bronx borough president Ruben Diaz, Jr. and Donald Trump are getting along well in the wake of their successful redevelopment venture, the heavily debated 200-acre Ferry Point golf course, in the borough’s Throgs Neck area....
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Developers Adding 1.4 Million Sq. Ft. Of Malls To Bronx

There are at least five large mall projects in the works in Bronx, which will add 1.4 million square feet of retail space....
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Family Sells $53M Bronx Portfolio

Amit Doshi and Lynda Blumberg of Besen & Associates brokered the $53 million sale of a four-building portfolio of multi-family buildings in Bronx....
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H&M Is Opening Its First Store In Bronx This Year

H&M's very first store in the Bronx is on its way. Now that it has a massive Times Square outpost and a new store in Downtown Brooklyn, the Swedish megachain is looking to set up shop in the one borough it has yet to occupy (Queens and Staten Island both have stores of their own)....
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Youngwoo Plans To Turn Bronx Post Office Into Market

Youngwoo & Associates is among developers in talks to redevelop the landmarked Bronx General Post Office, which the U.S. Postal Service intends to sell despite an outcry from residents....
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Loehmann’s To Shut Down All Stores

Loehmann’s Holdings, Inc., a New York-based fashion retailer, will close all 39 stores, including one in White Plains, by the end of March....
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Target Confirms Third Bronx Location

Target has confirmed plans to anchor Simone Development Companies‘ Throggs Neck Shopping Center with a 165,000-square-foot location at the intersection of Lafayette Avenue and Hutchinson River Parkway. The location will be the retailer’s third in Bronx....
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Acadia Realty Trust Sells Bronx Mixed-Use Building For $133.9M

Acadia Strategic Opportunity Fund II, a subsidiary of Acadia Realty Trust, has agreed to sell Fordham Place, a 262,000-square-foot mixed-use property in the Bronx, to Retail Properties of America for $133.9 million....
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ALDI Opens New Bronx Store

On Monday, October 28, 2013, select assortment discount grocer ALDI will offer shoppers a smarter alternative as it opens its second Bronx store, located at 3006 3rd Avenue (at 155th St.). With more than 1,200 stores in 32 states, ALDI is known for high-quality grocery items at unbeatable prices....
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Perrigo Hires Ann Schumar & Natalie Colley

Perrigo, a leading pharmaceutical supplier, announced today that Ann Schumar and Natalie Colley have been hired at the Perrigo New York facility in Bronx....
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There Is An App For Us – The Bronx 360

There are four billion phones in use today. Of those four billion phones, over one billion are smartphones, and that number is growing rapidly....
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Safeguard Self Storage Expands In Bronx

Safeguard Self Storage expanded its presence in the New York metropolitan self-storage market again with the opening of its newest location, a 57,000 net rentable square foot addition to its existing facility on Bronx Boulevard in Bronx, New York about four miles northeast of Manhattan....
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Bronx Is Gentrifying

After four years of construction, Bronx's "first luxury hotel" is now open for business and taking reservations....
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Perrigo – A Look At The Company That Makes Healthcare Products In Our Own Backyard

If you have ever had a skin condition requiring a prescription cream, ointment or lotion treatment, there is a very good chance that product was manufactured in the non-descriptbrick building just a few blocks from the Olympic pool and the Bathgate Playground....
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Bronx’ First Major Hotel To Open Next Spring

The borough’s first hotel is on track to be built by next Spring....
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'Bronx Is Burning' Days Could Return To NYC

Aaron Sirulnick has been elected chairman of the Rent Stabilization Association Board of Directors....
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Bronx Retail Property Bought For $11.425M

Cohen Commercial Properties has acquired a 12,212-square-foot, two-tenant, retail property at 1800 Williamsbridge Road in Bronx for $11.425 million....
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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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Elizabeth Dilts

is currently pursuing a masters at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Dilts came to New York City from Shanghai, China, where she worked as an editor with the English-language City Weekend magazine. Prior to that, Dilts spent a year in Nanjing, China, with a bilingual, Mandarin-English magazine and a stint in Tianjin, China, with a business publication. Looking to use her Mandarin back in the United States, Dilts is covering Flushing, Queens, one of New York’s four Chinatowns. A native of Gary, Indiana., Dilts received her bachelor’s degree in journalism at Indiana University. While in China, she reported on Internet usage among young adults and the education issues faced by multi-ethnic children raised in China.