NEW YORK — New York City is upping the ante to keep Internet grocer FreshDirect in town. A newly posted public notice indicates the city is prepared to buy “vehicles, equipment and other assets” for the company’s use in a new 500,000-square-foot manufacturing and distribution facility in the Bronx. That benefit would be in addition to a previous offer of an exemption from city real estate taxes; a deferral of city and state mortgage recording taxes; and ...

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