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SBD/October 16, 2012/Franchises
Yankees Calling Former Ticket Holders In Attempt To Sell Out Potential ALCS Game 6
Published October 16, 2012
THE HOUSES THAT RUTH DIDN'T BUILD: In N.Y., Daniel Beekman reports plans to "build affordable housing and stores on failed Yankee Stadium parking lots in the Bronx have struck out -- for now." Talks have "stalled and officials are no longer pursuing the partnership." Officials said that Bronx Parking Development's board last year "approved the general parameters of the development scheme and authorized the New York City Economic Development Corporation to negotiate a deal." But EDC spokesperson Kyle Sklerov said that the agency "recently ended negotiations with the two companies for reasons it won't comment on" (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 10/16).