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Congresswoman Nydia Velázquez, Congressman Jerry Nadler and Council Member Carlos Menchaca (Credit: Getty Images, Google Maps)

Pols pounce as city caves in on Sunset Park property

Three elected officials are seething about a city agency’s decision to let a Sunset Park landlord rent to office...

Pols pounce as city caves in on Sunset Park property
Liberty View Plaza at 850 3rd Avenue and Marvin Schein (inset) (Photo by Axel Dupeux)

City lets Salmar bring office tenants to Brooklyn industrial property

In 2011, Salmar Properties set out to transform a 1.1 million-square-foot vacant warehouse in Sunset Park into a state-of-the-art...

City lets Salmar bring office tenants to Brooklyn industrial property
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sunnyside Yard (Credit: Getty Images, iStock, and SunnySideYard)

Progressives opposing Queens development target AOC

No elected official is safe from the ire of New York City’s emboldened left — not even its standard-bearer,...

Progressives opposing Queens development target AOC
Lights, camera, development: City issues RFP for film studio in Sunset Park

Lights, camera, development: City issues RFP for film studio in Sunset Park

Sunset Park could be getting a film and television studio. New York City Economic Development Corporation and the Mayor’s...

Lights, camera, development: City issues RFP for film studio in Sunset Park
Marisa Lago and East Harlem (Photo Credit: NYC.gov and iStock)

EDC has spent half of its $700M rezoning fund money on just four neighborhoods

The city might run out of money in a neighborhood improvement fund well before improving all of the neighborhoods...

EDC has spent half of its $700M rezoning fund money on just four neighborhoods
Day in the life of: James Patchett

Day in the life of: James Patchett

James Patchett is the president and CEO of the New York City Economic Development Corporation, the city’s quasi-independent nonprofit with an annual budget of nearly $850 million. The 38-year-old Amherst College and Stanford Graduate...

Day in the life of: James Patchett
City moves forward with Sunnyside Yard development plans

City moves forward with Sunnyside Yard development plans

The city is continuing to move forward with its plans to develop Sunnyside Yard in Queens. The Economic Development Corporation...

City moves forward with Sunnyside Yard development plans
Demo regrets: City officials lament tearing down rental buildings to make way for long-delayed DoBro park

Demo regrets: City officials lament tearing down rental buildings to make way for long-delayed DoBro park

After green-lighting the demolition of residential and rent-stabilized buildings in Downtown Brooklyn, city officials are now facing the possibility that a deal to build...

Demo regrets: City officials lament tearing down rental buildings to make way for long-delayed DoBro park
City hopes to make Broadway Junction latest beneficiary of Brooklyn’s boom

City hopes to make Broadway Junction latest beneficiary of Brooklyn’s boom

Broadway Junction could be the next area of Brooklyn to be transformed by the wave of development sweeping through...

City hopes to make Broadway Junction latest beneficiary of Brooklyn’s boom
Maybe market-rate condos won’t be part of the Bedford-Union Armory after all

Maybe market-rate condos won’t be part of the Bedford-Union Armory after all

Market rate condos could be on their way out of Brooklyn’s controversial Bedford-Union Armory project. The Crown Heights development...

Maybe market-rate condos won’t be part of the Bedford-Union Armory after all
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