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Barclays snubs StubHub — As the Brooklyn Nets get ready to begin their third season in their Atlantic Avenue home, the Barclays Center is preparing for another kind of debut: renewals on all 4,400 All Access season tickets for the first time since the arena opened two years ago.

Private trash haulers endorse mayor's Vision Zero — Mayor Bill de Blasio's pro-traffic-safety "Vision Zero" plan is getting some free advertising. Some 2,500 private garbage trucks will bear bumper stickers promoting the city's new speed limit of 25 miles per hour.

Ebola fears prompt construction of hospital unit — The North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System is planning to build at least one containment unit for patients with Ebola and other infectious diseases, the system announced Thursday. The unit is estimated to cost $15 million, will accommodate eight patients and will take 18 months or more to build.
Oct 23, 2014

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Hyper-pricey homes to sap housing growth — The New York Building Congress predicts that residential construction spending will increase by billions of dollars over the next two years. The hitch is that much of it will be spend on housing for the ultra-affluent. By 2016, residential construction spending is forecast to hit $12.4 billion without adjusting for inflation, according to the report, an increase of almost 80% from 2013 levels.
Oct 23, 2014

Along w/ Ny's middle class, new construction report may alarm umbrella lobby. Two words: sidewalk shed…