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“Due to construction, the uptown Bronx-bound 1 train will not be stopping at 63rd Street. The next stop is 72nd Street.”
“The laundry room is closed for repairs until further notice.”
“Here's an estimate of the cost. Keep in mind, it's just a ballpark.”
“It's starting to come together.”
“Before we can install the new counter, we'll have to rip up all this old linoleum, and possibly replace some of the underlying floor. ”
“Can you at least give me a ballpark?”
“The guy in the apartment right below me seems to be having some construction done.”
“He went on for like twenty minutes about how his neighbor is putting in a swimming pool.”
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