NEW YORK Three real-estate developers are bidding for the right to build an entertainment complex featuring several restaurants and food markets on the site of a neglected pier in the Chelsea area of Manhattan, The New York Times reported Thursday. Revenues generated from the project would benefit the city’s Hudson River Park.The three-level complex would consist of several restaurants and food markets, similar to those in Seattle’s Pike Place Market, as well as retail stores, ...

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