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    Citybizlist: MCB Real Estate & Acadia Acquire Eden Square in Bear, Del.

    CityBizList reported a  joint venture between affiliates of Baltimore-based MCB Real Estate, LLC and Acadia Realty Trust through Acadia Strategic Opportunity Fund IV LLC, acquired  the  235,508 square foot Eden Square shopping center off Route 40 in Bear. Financial terms were not disclosed; nor was the identity of the seller. The center had been owned at one time by Bellevue Holding, [...]

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    Updated: Frontier to suspend service to non-Florida cities in December

    Frontier Airlines will suspend service to most of its destinations from Wilmington/New Castle  in December. Delawareonline.com reported the  service to Denver, Chicago, Atlanta and Fort Myers, Florida would be submitted with the possibility of service being resorted in the spring , with the possibility of flights to other destinations.  Service to Detroit is ending this fall. [...]

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    Delaware jobless rate rises to 6.1%

    The Delaware jobless rate increased in June to 6.1 percent, compared to 5.9 percent a month earlier as it looks as if  more people are looking for work. The rate is one-tenth of one percent lower than it was at the beginning of 2014. The jobless figure now matches the national rate. The state’s jobless rate has [...]

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    Megabus to bring back Newark-NYC route

    Megabus.com will revive its New York City service from Newark. The company   announced  it will reinstate daily service between the University of Delaware campus in Newark, Philadelphia  and New York City on Sept. 10, Tickets can now be purchased on the  company’s website. The European company had halted service earlier in the year. Fares start from [...]

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    On eve of Obama visit, DelDOT confirms 495 bridge could open ahead of estimates

    The $20 million I-495 bridge repair project could open weeks earlier than originally estimated. DelDOT had originally estimated the southbound lanes would be open by Labor Day, September 1, but now believes the project could be open a few weeks earlier than expected, according to a release. Two  weeks to a month later  the northbound lanes [...]

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    Your business Bulletin, July, 16-22, 2014

    The decision by  the University of Delaware to terminate the lease  of the Data Centers on the STAR campus continued to be the hot topic on the business scene. The surprising decision came as the state saw encouraging news on the jobs front, with the state coming in at No. 8 in job growth. In [...]

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