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10/31/11:  From The Real Deal:  Related to bring cancer center to controversial UES site:  “The Related Companies is bringing a state-of-the-art cancer treatment center to its Upper East Side development site” currently occupied by Rupert Playground.  Read more about it at The Real Deal

  11/3/11:  From The New York Times:  A City Shrinks, or So the Census Says:  “According to its latest calculations, New York City has shrunk by more than two square miles, or the equivalent of Central and Prospect Parks combined.”  Read more about it at the City Room Blog of the New York Times

11/6/11:  From the New York Times:  Salvaging Abandoned Bikes, Making Room for Others:  “No firm numbers exist for how many bicycles sit abandoned in storage rooms around New York City. They decay uncounted in dim basements, mixing awkwardly with sleek new city cruisers and carbon-fiber racers, threatening to turn an increasingly marketable real estate amenity, the bicycle storage room, into something like a bone-filled catacomb.”   Read more about it in the New York Times:  11/08/11:  From Crain’s New York Business:  Cuomo council seeks to boost city tech campus: “Group established by Gov. Andrew Cuomo proposes state aid for plans to build a graduate school or schools in NYC. Other projects include Hunts Point market and green manufacturing facility at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.  Read more about it at Crains’ New York

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