The Real Deal New York

Councilman David Greenfield doesn’t do dinner

Brooklyn official at helm of powerful committee tries to stick to the middle ground in dealing with developers, community
By Mark Maurer | October 22, 2014 10:20AM

From the October issue: If New York City real estate developers want David Greenfield’s ear, they’ll have to make the trek downtown to City Hall.

While developers often attempt to wine and dine the chair of the City Council’s Land Use Committee, they can expect the man who now holds that powerful position to decline most social invitations. [more]