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"Shock and awe...?" Shops On Main, January 2020

Granny Annie's was promised for Spring, but work stopped. And all DOB permits expired.
Granny Annie's was promised for Spring, but work stopped. And all DOB permits expired.
© David Stone / Roosevelt Island Daily

Let’s take a look at Hudson Related’s Shops On Main for a January 2020 update. Four months ago, David Kramer gave a rosy public presentation, but the reality doesn’t match the promises. Here’s the view today.

 
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