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As expected, there's already competition for the plot of land that is FiDi's Syms. The Post reports that after filing for bankruptcy, Syms has seen a rise in its stock, largely in part because of its "valuable real-estate," like the city's two Filene's or the Sym's at 42 Trinity Place. They report: "Real-estate sources have speculated that a skyscraper could be built on the site valued at more than $75 million." And they haven't even begun to liquidate yet. [NYP; Previously]