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  1. Coworking company Bond Collective grows its footprint in the cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | Crain's New York Business

    The company is leasing a 25,000-square-foot office building at 158 Lafayette St. in Soho and a 23,000-square-foot space in 276 Greenpoint Ave., an office building in Greenpoint. Shlomo Silber, chief executive and founder of Bond Collective, said the firm would use the spaces to cater to growing demand from larger tenants who want flexible offices with amenities.

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  2. A new biotech tower to rise on Manhattan's East SideRead the original story

    Friday Oct 19 | Crain's New York Business

    The developer of the Alexandria Center for Life Science, a biotech campus on Manhattan's East Side, has reached an agreement with the city to raise a third and final tower on the site that could cost $700 million or more to build. Alexandria Real Estate Equities and the city's Economic Development Corp. announced jointly on Thursday that as part of the deal, Alexandria will increase the size of the proposed life-sciences building to about 550,000 square feet.

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  3. Trump Place condo drops 'Trump'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 18 | Crain's New York Business

    Trump Place, an Upper West Side condo, removed the big bronze letters spelling the president's name from its faade. The decision handed down in May by New York state Judge Eileen Bransten cleared the way for the condo owners at 200 Riverside Blvd. to vote on shedding the Trump name.

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  4. One thing missing from Cuomo's JFK planRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Crain's New York Business

    Something was missing from the $13 billion upgrade Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced for Kennedy Airport this month: the one-seat ride to Manhattan that he called for in a 2017 speech. Since the 1960s the idea has been periodically studied by various entities including the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the city's transportation, planning and economic development agencies, and the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council.

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  5. New CEO enters the Brooklyn ChamberRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | New York Business.com

    Hector Batista started his career with the Brooklyn Economic Development Corp. in the 1980s, helping realize then-Borough President Howard Golden's vision for landing a flagship hotel and creating MetroTech Center. Three decades and a once-inconceivable economic boom later, he's looking to guide a very different local business community into the future.

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  6. Biz group pitches Queens as next life-sciences hubRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Crain's New York Business

    Long Island City would be an ideal place for a life-sciences hub, but it hasn't attracted a critical mass of private companies because of a lack of government subsidies and other obstacles, according to a new study by a local business group. The Long Island City Partnership's report made the case that the area's transit connections, discounted office space and favorable zoning and development sites are the perfect combination for the city's life-sciences sector, which is burgeoning in Manhattan but not in the other boroughs.

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  7. Related Cos. sees future in senior housingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Crain's New York Business

    Related Cos. has built luxury condos and hotels across the U.S. and is remaking Manhattan's far west side.

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  8. Google pop-up store to open next weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 12 | New York Business.com

    After keeping the public guessing for years, Google is opening a pop-up store next week at a SoHo location the firm has leased since 2014. The shop, at 131 Greene St., is scheduled to open Thursday and run through the end of the year.

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  9. Queens official calls for labor agreement for Willets Point projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 11 | New York Business.com

    Queens Borough President Melinda Katz has urged the city in a letter to strike a union labor agreement for all construction at Willets Point - something the de Blasio administration and the development team might resist. Katz wants the mayor to ink a project labor agreement with the Queens Development Group to cover both a 1,100-unit affordable-housing project in the works and whatever ends up being built on the remaining 17 acres of city-owned land in the first phase of the Willets Point redevelopment.

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  10. Biotech firm raises $54M to hunt for cancer drugsRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 10 | Crain's New York Business

    Gotham Therapeutics, a Manhattan-based biotech company, has received $54 million in Series A financing to advance research into a novel method of finding oncology drug candidates. The research was spawned at Weill Cornell Medicine, and the funding will help Gotham develop multiple drug candidates for testing in animal studies to demonstrate the proof-of-concept findings needed to enter clinical trials.

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  11. New York stands to gain from London's Brexit painRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 9 | Crain's New York Business

    For decades New York and London have fought over which city is king of the financial world. It can be a silly, jingoistic sort of argument, but it's over something quite real: the billions of tax dollars paid by lavishly compensated bankers, traders and asset managers.

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  12. Fast-growing residential brokerage firm grabs big office in Downtown BrooklynRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 9 | Crain's New York Business

    Fast-growing residential brokerage firm Compass is opening a large office in Downtown Brooklyn, establishing a prominent presence in a neighborhood where a surge of large-scale development in recent years could translate into big business for the firm. Compass leased roughly 11,000 square feet at the base of 333 Schermerhorn St., a 750-unit rental tower, 610 foot tall tower known as Hub that was recently finished by developer Steiner NYC.

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  13. Midtown office leasing reaches 12-year high, CBRE saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 9 | Crain's New York Business

    Office tenants leased the most space in midtown Manhattan this year since 2006, with deals by Evercore Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. leading the way.

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  14. CareMount moves into Manhattan, adding Murray Hill practiceRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 9 | Crain's New York Business

    Murray Hill Medical Group, which has more than 40 physicians in Manhattan, has agreed to join CareMount Medical, giving the Chappaqua-based group practice its first locations in New York City. Founded in 1992, Murray Hill's main office is at 317 East 34th St. and houses 14 specialties.

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  15. A developer's project becomes his downfallRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 7 | Crain's New York Business

    Thompson borrowed $95 million to erect a tower on this Washington Heights site. A decade later he has only pain to show for it.

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  16. Lawsuit could stymie plan for megatowerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 5 | Crain's New York Business

    The landlords that control a small building on the Lower East Side claim they have secured a key court opinion that could allow them to block the development of a soaring tower that would cantilever over their property. Landlords Roy Schoenberg and Gary Spindler are battling in Manhattan state Supreme Court to stop JDS Development Group from erecting a roughly 1,000-foot-tall apartment tower above the vacant 1-story building they lease at 235 Cherry St. Although the case is ongoing, the court rejected a motion by JDS to dismiss the suit, issuing an opinion earlier this week that could prove problematic for the developer.

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  17. The man who air-conditioned Grand Central Terminal worries about climate changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 3 | Crain's New York Business

    When clients need to install air conditioning in landmarked buildings, such as Carnegie Hall, or investigate problems with the city's aging infrastructure, they call Charlie Copeland. He's the head of engineering consulting firm Goldman Copeland - fondly called Goco.

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  18. When it comes to supertalls, height is not the problemRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 3 | Crain's New York Business

    A debate now simmers in New York City about supertall buildings and whether zoning changes are needed to either reduce heights or limit the empty floors, or voids, that some developers use to make towers taller in order to gain better views for occupants. These concerns are misplaced.

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  19. No love for de Blasio and his millionaires tax in Brooklyn swing districtRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 3 | Crain's New York Business

    Mayor Bill de Blasio is counting on a Democrat-dominated Albany to approve his millionaires tax, but judging by only competitive state Senate race in the city, he'll be waiting for a long time. Democrat Andrew Gounardes, challenging GOP Sen. Martin Golden in Brooklyn, told Crain's Wednesday that he is opposed to the mayor's call to raise the city income tax on individuals earning $500,000 or more and funneling the proceeds to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

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  20. St. John's Terminal project shifts from residential to commercialRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 3 | Crain's New York Business

    Plans announced this week for a 1.3 million-square-foot office building on Manhattan's West Side mark a dramatic departure from what was expected when the St. John's Terminal building was rezoned in a contentious process two years ago. Instead of nearly 1,600 apartments, there likely will be several hundred.

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