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Phillips 66 unveils plans to expand Sweeny Hub in Texas
posted on Jun 22 18

Phillips 66 plans to invest as much as $1.5 billion to expand its Sweeny Hub in Texas as it seeks to take advantage of booming natural gas production in the Permian Basin. The expansion project, expected to come online in late 2020, would include two processing units for natural gas liquids, each with a capacity of 150,000 barrels per day. Read the Houston Chronicle story here

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Ferrero announces plans for NYC Nutella Cafe
posted on Jun 22 18

Ferrero has announced plans to open a Nutella Cafe near New York City's Union Square by the year's end, following the success of its first cafe in Chicago which opened in May 2017. Read the Baking Business story here

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Hotel proposed for Long Island City/Astoria, N.Y., border
posted on Jun 22 18

Permits have been filed to build yet another hotel near the Long Island City/Astoria border. The 15-story, 385-key building planned for 37-10 10th St. is the third hotel to have been proposed for the area in the last two weeks. The structure will be 147 feet tall and take up 114,146 square feet. Read the Astoria Post story here

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Seattle firm plans Hyatt Place in booming Portland, Ore.
posted on Jun 22 18

A Seattle developer has proposed to build a Hyatt Place hotel in Portland's Pearl District. Vibrant Cities, a company that's developed apartments in Portland under its former name, SolTerra, said it plans to build an 11-story, 176-room hotel at 350 N.W. 12th Avenue. The site is currently used as a parking lot. Read The Oregonian story here

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Redevelopment planned at Detroit train station
posted on Jun 21 18

Ford Motor Co. has purchased Michigan Central Station, a 105-year-old train station in Detroit, and plans to redevelop the site. Developers say the historical depot "will become a shiny symbol of Detroit's progress and its success." Read The Associated Press story here

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