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NEW YORK CITY-Despite tax breaks and incentives offered from across the Hudson River, the 112-acre Hunts Point Terminal Produce Cooperative–the largest wholesale produce market in the world–agreed to a three-year lease extension at its longtime home in the South Bronx yesterday. Under the agreement, a spokeswoman for the New York City Development Corp. tells GlobeSt.com that the city and Co-op officials will negotiate terms over the next nine months that go beyond the three-year lease at the market, located at 772 Edgewater Road.

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