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  • $150 million makeover on cards for New York’s Central Park

    Published on : Thursday, September 26, 2019

    New York’s Central Park is going to get a huge makeover worth $150 million. The makeover entails the development of a new ice skating rink and a boardwalk. The entire park is not going to be overhauled rather renovations will …

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  • Saratoga Springs vying for bicycle-friendly tag

    Published on : Friday, September 20, 2019

    Saratoga Springs, a city in New York, is trying to become bicycle-friendly.       A part of the Henry Street in the Saratoga Springs is set to be made temporarily one-way southbound. This will be a part of the …

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  • New York to witness growth in tourism despite hurdles

    Published on : Tuesday, August 20, 2019

    A long drawn trade war with China, signs of a looming recession in Europe and a strong American dollar that hurts the buying power of foreign tourists.       Generally, all of these forces should weigh against international tourism. …

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  • Plans for brand new 158-bed Marriott hotel unveiled for New York

    Published on : Friday, January 4, 2019

    Hotel developer and operator Axcel Group Ltd is working on plans to build a 158-room Courtyard by Marriott hotel at the former second hand furniture business and also on the site of buildings next door.   A spokesman said that …

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  • Hilton introduces Bernic, expands Tapestry brand in New York

    Published on : Thursday, December 27, 2018

    Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. has been constantly focusing on unit growth as a major growth strategy.   The company has announced the opening of The Bernic Hotel New York City by Tapestry Collection. Representing the first Tapestry Collection property in …

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  • Central Park opens hidden-section for tourists

    Published on : Monday, May 30, 2016

    The famed Central Park of New York is reopening the renovated restricted section of Hallett Nature Sanctuary after 82 years. This section was closed in 1934 because Robert Moses, the NYC Parks Commissioner wanted to turn this 4 acre section …

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