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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Save the date! Barclays Center to open on Sept. 28, 2012

Atlantic Yards: After years of false starts, economic malaise, local protests, lawsuits and atrocious basketball, New Jersey Nets officials finally unveiled some positive team news on Monday: The Barclays Center will be open on Sept. 28, 2012. Comments (18)

Chic restaurant, housing plan moves forward

Williamsburg: A cool dive bar — with some new affordable housing — is coming to the south side! Comments (3)

Monday, April 4, 2011

Ticket master! Rev. Daughtry will control ‘free’ Nets seats

Atlantic Yards: Want Nets tickets? You’ll have to make a higher calling. Comments (12)

House training! Bridge Park supporters say condos are the best way to raise dough

Bridge ‘Park’: Supporters of housing inside Brooklyn Bridge Park brought out the big guns last week to support residential units inside the park as the best way to meet a state mandate that the park generate enough revenue to cover its maintenance budget. Comments (4)

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Selloff! Ratner hawks half of his malls to raise $ for A’Yards

Atlantic Yards: Cash-strapped developer Bruce Ratner is selling half his stake in two of the borough’s largest shopping centers as he struggles to begin his $4.9-billion Atlantic Yards project across the street. Comments (4)

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Saturday, April 2, 2011

Exclusive slideshow: Inside the Barclays Center

Construction Update: Our photographer, Paul Martinka, takes you inside the construction of the world’s most expensive basketball arena rising right now near the corner of Atlantic and Flatbush avenues. Watch this exclusive slideshow now. Comments (11)

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Nets are selling tickets — to Brooklyn games

Atlantic Yards: The New Jersey Nets started selling tickets on Wednesday for its games in Brooklyn — the first tangible evidence that the Barclays Center arena is on schedule for its 2012 tipoff. Comments (1)