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“Staley/Wise typically shows photography in its upper-floor SoHo home, but this weekend the gallery will host a show of paintings, all made in the last year.”
“Mr. Barker said the venture is offering about $60 a square foot to fund prospective tenants 'buildout of upper-floor space.”
“Mr. Barker of Barker Pacific said demand for upper-floor space with views of the Golden Gate Bridge is rising.”
“About 65,000 square feet of upper-floor space that had been occupied by Bear Stearns Cos. was left vacant in 2009, more than a year after J.P. Morgan Chase”
“This upper-floor storage space in one building of the "mahalla Sethian" or Sethi quarter of Peshawar was the resting spot for what remained of the Sethi merchant documents in 1996.”
“In the weeks following the assassination, a story was passed throughout the detail that even the president himself had commented on how easy it would be for someone to assassinate him from an upper-floor window.”
“Cops on Harleys; Secret Service gunboat SUVs; Army aviation overhead butter-knifing through the air, scaring off the news choppers; Agency handlers, gofers, commo experts, and upper-floor reps, the whole train about a mile long, tying up traffic for hours.”
“At the moment furry arms and hands were working from upper-floor windows, hastily pulling laundry off the lines amid much muttering and grumbling.”
“No noisy complaints, or noise at all, can be heard in the upper-floor annex of a Ginza department store transformed into a quaint 19th-century drawing room.”
“At Piatto Suzuki, an even smaller upper-floor roost just a few blocks away, the risotto is presented with all sorts of Japanesque twists, though these can be found only on the Japanese-language menu -- the English version is basic, with rice toppings more along the lines of standard mushrooms and Parmesan cheese.”
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