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“Now, more than any other time in recent memory, New York City residents want and need better access to our stores so they are not forced to travel to New Jersey or Long Island to benefit from the savings Wal-Mart provides for working families,”... “Hopefully we will be able to bring a store to New York in the near future.” -a spokesman, Philip Serghini, in an e-mail message, in yesterdays Crain's.
Here is Wal-Mart once again using the recession as a frugal attempt to enter New York City.
BJ's in Red Hook development update by the Brooklyn Papers.
Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation (BNYDC) CEO Andrew Kimball provided details for the request for proposal for a new supermarket development. In addition to building a supermarket between 20,000 to 40,000 square-feet, the development must also include space for light manufacturing use on the second floor and it must be rated a green building LEED score of silver or higher. The BNYDC plans to choose a developer before the end of 2009.
Is Wal-Mart planning on making their own "girl scout cookies"?
The Amish Market is leaving Atlas Park.
Carolyn Maloney drops her senate bid.
DC 37 is expected to endorse Bill Thompson for Mayor.