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Kroger Co. Gobbles Up Murray's Cheese
The supermarket giant has purchased the famous New York cheese store chain and its Greenwich Village flagship store for an undisclosed amount.
A High Line Plan Emerges in Newark, N.J.
A raised pedestrian bridge is one of the signature features of a 22-acre public-private redevelopment project called Mulberry Commons, recently unveiled by the city of Newark and developers.
Suburban Offices Woo Millennials With Food, Fitness and Fun
Office property owners in New York?s suburbs are working to attract millennial workforces with amenities like restaurants, hiking trails, fitness clubs and natural lighting.
Mumbai's Slums Make Way for Luxury Towers
In Mumbai, the land-starved financial capital of India where millions live in slums, developers are turning to rules that allow them to build upscale towers in exchange for providing housing to slum dwellers.
Mall Owners Rush to Get Out of the Mall Business
A surge in store closures is prompting some of the largest U.S. shopping-center owners to walk away from troubled locations rather than restructure their debts.
Investment Firm Taking Space in N.Y. College
Two Sigma Investments plans to open what it calls a collision lab at Cornell University?s technology campus now rising on Roosevelt Island.
Whole Foods to Open a Lower-Priced '365' Store in Brooklyn
Whole Foods Market plans to bring its lower-priced store chain, 365 by Whole Foods Market, to Brooklyn?s Fort Greene neighborhood.