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Facing Severe Droughts, Developers Seek to Reuse the Water They Have

San Francisco has been at the forefront of water conservation. A 2012 ordinance established standards for reuse, and it was updated in 2015 to require…

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Eric Adams Has Plans for New York, Beyond Public Safety

In the afterglow of winning the Democratic nomination for mayor of New York City, Eric Adams began to set out his mission if elected in…

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Office Vacancies Soar in New York, a Dire Sign for the City’s Recovery

Just as the broader economic recovery has been uneven with some industries faring better than others, so too will the office market rebound in different…

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A Covid Epicenter Hustles Back to Life: ‘What You See, It’s Survival’

Every day along Roosevelt Avenue in Queens, people stream off the elevated subway into a swarm of activity. Vendors ring bells and shout in Spanish…

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Minor League Parks, Stripped of America’s Pastime, Await New Fates

The artwork of elementary school students decorates the office windows behind home plate at Richmond County Bank Ballpark in Staten Island. One encourages residents not…

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Can the Pandemic Rescue Britain’s Shopping Areas? This Town Hopes So.

POOLE, England — Hope Dean is loyal to Poole, her hometown in southwest Britain, but she acknowledges that its shopping district has often been a…

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