Extell unveils Hudson Yards bid … and more

Nov.November 19, 2007 09:56 AM
  1. 1. Extell reveals a 1,200-foot-tall, three million square foot mixed-use tower and the preservation of the upper-third of the High Line as part of its Hudson Yards bid more [Curbed]
  2. 2. Ian Schrager talks about his plans for Chelsea more [Portfolio via Curbed]
  3. 3. Clarett volunteers to cap Carroll Gardens tower, as neighborhood rezoning stalls more [Brooklyn Eagle and Gowanus Lounge via Brownstoner]
  4. 4. Cobblestones in Red Hook removed to make way for Ikea more [Gowanus Lounge]
  5. 5. Questions arise over ownership of site of controversial Carroll Gardens development more [Brooklyn Paper]
  6. 6. Councilwoman Rosie Mendez proposes legislation to aid low-income seniors facing foreclosure more [Staten Island Advance]
  7. 7. City demands construction of “Finger Building” in Williamsburg must be safe before it resumes more [Brooklyn Paper]
  8. 8. City delays removing a Greenpoint sludge tank, casting doubt on plans for 300 units of affordable housing, while Exxon speeds up cleaning of Greenpoint oil spill more [Brooklyn Paper] and more [Brooklyn Paper

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