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Trump Completes Sale of Washington Hotel to Investor Group

WASHINGTON — The Trump International Hotel in Washington is now officially out of business after the Trump family on Wednesday…

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World

When the Textile Industry Was Forced Out of the Textile Building

In 1992, Arthur Tauber hauled 26 buckets of sand into his showroom at the Textile Building to promote a new…

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World

Hotels With Net-Zero Ambitions

Many global travelers, it appears, want to tour more sustainably. In its annual survey on sustainability, the hotel platform Booking.com…

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World

Chinatown’s Civic Groups Have Held Developers at Bay. Can They Survive?

For decades, the Lee Family Association, one of the oldest civic groups in Manhattan’s Chinatown, has helped countless Chinese immigrants…

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World

The Deep-Pocketed Developer Who Helped Take Down the Lieutenant Governor

For the Harlem real estate developer Gerald Migdol, the annual charity golf outing in Westchester County was a showcase to…

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Business

Amid Soaring Demand for Warehouses, an Effort to Make Them Greener

Warehouses and distribution centers, decidedly unsexy buildings, became hot in the coronavirus pandemic as online shopping accelerated the rise ...

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World

A Super Building for Fragile Times

SALEM, Ore. — A giant earthquake. A huge flood. Wildfires followed by choking smoke. An ice storm that knocks out…

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Politics

Judge Finds Man Not Guilty in First Jan. 6 Acquittal

A federal judge decided on Wednesday that a former government contractor from New Mexico who claimed that the police let…

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World

At Least 200 Feared Dead in Apartments Hit by Russia, Officials Say

BORODYANKA, Ukraine — Andreiy Ziuzko stood near the flattened apartment complex in Borodyanka that was once his home, his belongings…

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World

Elevator Woes: Down in the Dumps on the 59th Floor

Good morning. It’s Tuesday. We’ll look at a high-rise building where residents can’t count on the elevators. We’ll also take…

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