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The new owners have no plans to change the properties, according to a realtor who brokered the deal.
The shipping giant is leasing industrial spaces once eyed for offices.
The Forest Hills Chamber of Commerce says it does not have enough money for the lights this year.
An Oct. 26 Health Department inspection ordered Absolute Bagels at 2788 Broadway to close.
"It's just a niche and nascent industry, and it's kind of like the wild west," the owner's lawyer said.
The store, at 99-01 63rd Rd., will officially open sometime in November.
Only 76 people sold homes to the city, which offered thousands of dollars in its Build it Back program.
StreetEasy analyzed sales in neighborhoods devastated by the 2012 storm, where development continues.
The motel, built in 2013, had been touted as an example of Rockaway's post-Sandy resilience.
The City of New York say this beauty salon ran an illegal gambling operation from their basement.
The city received more than $13 billion in federal aid, the largest share of the Hurricane Sandy funds.
Hi Commerce, which just launched in Park Slope, lets online shoppers buy from neighborhood mom-and-pops.
The city wants Amazon to set up shop in Midtown West, LIC, Brooklyn Tech Triangle or Lower Manhattan.
The Public Advocate would like to offer temporary housing, free MetroCards and job outreach.
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