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A Manhattan building boom abruptly ground to a halt in 1930, as depression took hold
By Adam Pincus | January 22, 2014 04:30PM

From the January issue: The city reported 83 years ago this month that apartment building plans for 1930 declined dramatically from the prior year, illustrating that the Great Depression was putting the brakes on the once-heady residential construction market. [more]