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Property owners across the boroughs are contending with an avalanche of new apartment supply, giving them no choice but to cut prices.
Converting any existing Second Cup cafe to a recreational pot dispensary hinges on obtaining a retail license from provincial regulators, along with approval from Second Cup’s franchisee and landlord.
Officials worried about financial imbalances and “overheating,” while at the same time acknowledging benefits that could come from more people participating in the work force.
The complex is rising on land whose previous owners include two convicted felons, one with alleged mob ties.
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The design-build method can save owners an average of 6.1 percent compared to traditional construction.