East River


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a tidal strait separating Manhattan and the Bronx from Queens and Brooklyn

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East River Partners, LLC acquires and develops residential properties in highly desirable neighborhoods.
East River won the case and, in a later decision, Supreme Court Justice Cynthia S.
Superstorm Sandy created a storm surge that resulted in sea water inundating both tubes of the Hudson River tunnel and two of the four tubes of the East River tunnel.
In New York City's Financial District, next to the historic South Street Seaport, sits the new East River Waterfront Esplanade, part of a multi-phase project currently in progress to improve the waterfront area and revitalize Lower Manhattan.
NEW YORK, March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Marking a milestone that continues to create economic growth for East Harlem, the owners of East River Plaza today announced that the retail complex at 116th Street and the FDR Drive is now 100% leased following the signing of a long-term agreement for 14,500 square feet of space by Planet Fitness and the inking of a 15-year lease by Mt.
Andreas Schmidt wants to rezone his 15-hectare agricultural property at 545 Blue Lake Road to Estate Residential Type 1 to allow three building lots on the north east corner of East River and Blue Lake roads.
Sonia Marra died when it plunged into the east river on Tuesday.
Its ground floor space, with easy access to the East River promenade and the East River ferry, now joins the 339 units as leased space.
Even the opening shots - under a bridge over the East River in New York city - are evocative of everything at least people of my generation loved about America.
The East River is just 2,100 feet wide at that point.
The Beast on the East River, by Nathan Tabor, Nashville, Tennessee: Nelson Current, 2006, 261 pages, hardcover, $24.
In August 1776, for example, a huge British fleet had Washington's army trapped on the Brooklyn side of New York's East River.
When the play ``Dead End'' opens tonight at the Ahmanson Theatre, we first glimpse the famed Dead End kids - the street toughs who later became known as the Bowery Boys of the Great Depression - as they come flying down the stage and plunging into the East River.
A HELICOPTER carrying the chief of MBNA and other top executives of the bank giant plunged into New York's East River.
The brainchild of Amrhein and artist Brian Conley, the project worked with the Smithson estate to reenvision his gritty poetics of entropy for the industrial wastelands along the East River, shoehorning an actual dead tree into Pierogi's tiny space and establishing a touch point between the Williamsburg and Smithson generations that predated by several years the current renaissance of interest in the late artist's output--which, of course, includes important production as a writer.
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