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NEW YORK CITY-As hungry developers move to the Far West Side and Downtown to construct glassy, state-of-the-art class A towers, soon, they may be coming back to build Manhattan’s core business district: the Grand Central submarket. After the New York City Department of Planning unveiled plans to rezone parts of Madison and Lexington Avenues to allow taller skyscrapers in Midtown East last week, commercial real estate sources tell GlobeSt.com that the proposal will allow for developers to build bigger—and better—buildings in close proximity to existing corporations, institutions and landmarks. But questions about whether the city’s aging infrastructure and transportation network can support it remain to be seen.

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