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NEW YORK CITY-A New York state judge upheld the city’s decision to approve Fordham University’s expansion plans, which include the construction of two high-end residential buildings and the Lincoln Center campus expansion.

In a lawsuit filed by Alfred Condominium, the city was charged with violating the agreements of the urban-renewal deal when it approved Fordham University’s plans. According to its proposal, the university plans to add a new law school, a theater, library space and dormitories over the next 25 years. For the full story, go to Wall Street Journal.

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