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For those following the 960 Franklin development in Crown Heights, consider some coverage:The Brooklyn Paper, 3/15/19, Green death: Proposed Franklin Ave. towers would kill half of Bklyn Botanic’s plants within  Read more

The New York Preservation Archive Project is having its film festival, and one event will be a screening of Battle for Brooklyn. The listing:April 15, 201906:00 - 08:30 PMAlamo Drafthouse Come early  Read more

This is the fifth of five articles regarding the 3/15/19 meeting of the Atlantic Yards Community Development Corporation (AY CDC), set up to advise the parent Empire State Development (ESD). The first article concerned the expected  Read more

This is the fourth of five articles regarding the 3/15/19 meeting of the Atlantic Yards Community Development Corporation (AY CDC), set up to advise the parent Empire State Development (ESD).  Read more

It's not surprising that the EB-5 investments, in which immigrant investors and their families get green cards in exchange for a $500,000 investment that purportedly creates ten jobs, might wind  Read more

This is the third of five articles regarding the 3/15/19 meeting of the Atlantic Yards Community Development Corporation (AY CDC), set up to advise the parent Empire State Development (ESD).  Read more

This is the second of five articles regarding the 3/15/19 meeting of the Atlantic Yards Community Development Corporation (AY CDC), set up to advise the parent Empire State Development (ESD). The first article concerned the expected 2022  Read more

This is the first of five articles regarding the 3/15/19 meeting of the Atlantic Yards Community Development Corporation (AY CDC), set up to advise the parent Empire State Development (ESD). The second article concerned the board's  Read more

So, did the new developers working on Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park get a good deal or not from Greenland Forest City Partners, at that point 95% by Greenland USA?I reported last  Read more

The latest Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park Construction Update (bottom), covering the two weeks beginning Monday, March 18, was circulated at 10:27 am Friday (lead time) by Empire State Development (ESD) after  Read more

From Railway Age, 3/11/19, TOD: How New York got it right, by Stuart Lerner, Executive Vice President Infrastructure, Stantec (a design/engineering/consulting company):Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) has gained prominence in boardrooms around  Read more

As I wrote in April 2015, surveying the "the vigorous (and potentially precarious) ambitions of the new Atlantic Yards majority owner," it's worth recalling a warning at a 3/28/14 board  Read more

It looks fairly benign, the outline at right (from the 3/5/19 developer presentation at the Atlantic Yards Quality of Life meeting) of the traffic constriction outside the B15 site, known  Read more

Matt O'Leary writes for FanSided, New York Islanders: Send Email To Fans For Belmont Help:The New York Islanders new arena is allegedly on track for 2021-2022. Yet, the Islanders sent out  Read more

The Commercial Observer yesterday had an interesting take on some big national news, with the headline Nearly a Dozen Real Estate Honchos Charged in College Cheating Scheme:Nearly a dozen real  Read more

This is the fourth and final article about topics raised at the Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park Quality of Life meeting 3/5/19. The first concerned the plans to meet the 2025 deadline  Read more

How soon we forget. Consider New York magazine's mostly admiring portrait of the Related Companies CEO's latest success, The Only Man Who Could Build Oz, subtitled "How Stephen Ross outmaneuvered, outspent,  Read more

FullStack Modular, the Brooklyn Navy Yard-based successor to FCS Modular and FC Modular, the companies that built modules for the ill-fated 461 Dean tower, has a new contract, for a  Read more

This is the third article about topics raised at the Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park Quality of Life meeting 3/5/19. The first concerned the plans to meet the 2025 deadline for 2,250 units of  Read more

This is the second article about topics raised at the Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park Quality of Life meeting 3/5/19. The first concerned the plans to meet the 2025 deadline for 2,250  Read more

At the 3/5/19 Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park Quality of Life meeting, Tobi Jaiyesimi, who serves as executive director of the Atlantic Yards Community Development Corporation (AY CDC) as well as project  Read more

New York Post real estate columnist Steve Cuozzo offers a full-throated defense of, and paean to, the new Hudson Yards complex, pushing back on all doubters and detractors, published last night  Read more

The Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park Quality of Life meeting held last night--with six weeks since the previous meeting, rather than two months--was mostly uneventful, with only minor progress reported and no  Read more

I'm on a panel tomorrow discussing blight (previous coverage here and here), and I just wanted to point to a couple of more absurdities that surfaced in the 2006 Atlantic  Read more

When I wrote recently about blight, the removal of which was a purported rationale for Atlantic Yards and which is the subject of a March 6 panel sponsored by the Municipal  Read more

The cover story in today's New York Times Real Estate section (published 3/1/19), The Boss? You’re Looking at Her: 7 Women in the Building Business, begins with the woman who is  Read more

Here's a recent, very narrow case study of how real estate news circulates--echoes, really--and how the fine line between journalism and "content" (which repackages that journalism, without adding anything).Few who  Read more

Looking east along Pacific Street at B15 siteThe latest Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park Construction Update (bottom), covering the two weeks beginning Monday, March 4, was circulated at 11:19 am Friday (lead  Read more

The agenda for Tuesday's Quality of Life meeting, an opportunity to hear updates about the project and have representatives of the developer and state respond to community questions, is typically  Read more

From a CNBC article yesterday, New Jersey and Brooklyn offer glimpses of what might have been for Amazon in Queens:Small business owners were left bemoaning the Queens economic boom that  Read more

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