A New Coliseum

BDG submitted a proposal to Nassau County to create a new sports and entertainment district at the Nassau Coliseum. Plans include a new arena and exhibition center as well as a multi-purpose entertainment destination. To learn more,
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Building Long Island - A Unique Vision

COVER STORY: Building Long Island Magazine Blumenfeld Development Group, led by Ed Blumenfeld, takes advantage of the changing real estate marketplace to create a profitable niche.

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Bulova building still ticking

On weekday mornings for most of the past 52 years, workers have filed through the doors of 72-20 Astoria Blvd. in Jackson Heights. But the hum of a factory has been replaced by the keyboard tapping and telephone chatter of a service ...

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Tanger Outlet Center At The Arches Announces New Store And Restaurant Openings To Kick Off The Holiday Season

Tanger Outlet Center at the Arches has announced the grand opening of exciting new stores just in time to kick off the holiday shopping season. �We are delighted with the outstanding selection of stores to meet every shopping budget that ...

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Target takes Manhattan with East Harlem store

NEW YORK -- After years of flirting with Manhattan, the bull's-eye has landed in East Harlem. Target's first store on the New York island officially opens Sunday - with merchandise tailored to the neighborhood, including Spanish-language ...

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Plan A Trip To This New Long Island Outlet!

There's something a little electrifying about getting designer goodies on the cheap; It's like sneaking a drink from your parents' liquor cabinet for the first time. And you know, nothing gives us that high quite like good outlet ...

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A Difficult Birth for Harlem Mall

A Difficult Birth for East Harlem Mall By TERRY PRISTIN Even by the often sluggish standards of development in New York City, East River Plaza, the big-box vertical mall under construction along the F.D.R. Drive in East Harlem, has ...

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Big-Box Retail Mall Ready to Open Along FDR Drive

It's been 15 years in the making – from acquiring land to finding tenants, but opening day is now less than a week away for East Harlem's big-box retail mall East River Plaza, located along the FDR Drive at 116th Street. Costco will be the ...

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Manhattan Can Now Stock Up for the Long Haul

SOMEWHERE in my DNA, and presumably in that of a certain part of the adult population of Manhattan, lurks a hoarder gene. This gene marks us as part of a minority that finds nothing at all strange in the act of stockpiling cleaning supplies, ...

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It's Always Sunny in Targetland

On the second story of East River Plaza, at 116th Street, wide sliding doors open onto an evenly lighted, color-coordinated, climate-controlled space and then slide shut again, cutting off the waft of 95-degree air plaguing the sidewalks of East ...

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In Manhattan, Target East Harlem Launches With a Food, Not Fashion, Focus

Forget cheap chic — cheap eats are what Target (TGT) is counting on to drive sales at its new East Harlem location. From the looks of things, Target is depending on the surrounding community for the critical support that it needs for the ...

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Target Takes Manhattan

After a 13-year wait, Target has opened its first store in Manhattan to packed crowds. The 174,000 square-foot store in East Harlem officially opened July 25. Target had been eying the former factory site since the late '90s but zoning, local ...

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A Decade of Wooing Wins a Harlem Store for Target

Target’s first Manhattan store opened late last month in Harlem with great fanfare. The chain’s mascot, a miniature bull terrier, rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange. Miss New York, Doug E. Fresh and Jerry Seinfeld attended ...

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More Than Malls

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Ahead of the Curve

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