In the News – June 30, 2013


6/25/13:  Charity leaving UES, citing too few poor families:  Children’s Aid Society concludes the Upper East Side is “no longer a high need community” and prepares to sell its property there and move on. Development follows similar exit from Village two years ago, which netted $33 million.  See the full article at Crain’s New York Business 

6/28/13 Eli Zabar Eatery to Open on Madison Avenue:  A new Eli Zabar outpost is slated to open on a tony stretch of Madison Avenue, according to a company sign posted in the window and a neighbor. The gourmet grocery, which will be located at 922 Madison Ave., at East 73rd Street, is an “Eli’s Essentials,” meaning it will have more of a deli and takeout vibe than some other restaurant-centric stores in the company.  See the full article at DNA Info.com 

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