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At a news conference this morning, the Empire State Development Corporation unanimously voted to use the power of eminent domain to seize the remaining commercial holdouts in Columbia’s Manhattanville expansion zone. That’s bad news for the two property owners who have still refused to sell: storage space owner Nick Sprayregen and gas station owner Gurnam […]

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The Observer is reporting that Columbia has agreed to pay $14.8 million (or $235 a sq. ft.) for a 62,000 ft. warehouse on Broadway between 130th and 131st. Despatch Moving & Storage, the owners of the warehouse, had agreed in 2007 to sell to the University but the two parties have only now settled on […]

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Nick Sprayregen may be the loudest Manhattanville holdout, but he’s not the only one. Meet Gurnam Singh, owner of two gas stations on 125th Street. He’s the other holdout to Columbia in Manhattanville, though he’s declined to speak publicly about the wrangling until this month. In an exclusive with the New York Times published Sunday, […]

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