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Buildings between 32nd and 33rd streets will become a single residential development, sources say.
J.D. Carlisle told CB6 it would yank its support for another project unless the market was pushed out.
Community Board 6 voted Tuesday to let the market stay on Second Avenue near East 33rd Street.
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