BioMed REIT Given Half of Bid to Relocate Parking Lot North of New York City for One Year | GenomeWeb

VALHALLA, NY — BioMed Realty Trust last week won a six-month extension to a 2007 site-plan approval to relocate a parking lot within its Landmark at Eastview laboratory-office campus.

The duration of the relocation, to a lot straddling two suburban towns north of New York City, is for half of the year-long extension BMT originally had sought from the Mount Pleasant town Planning Board.

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