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Brooklyn journalist Norman Oder has written the watchdog blog Atlantic Yards Report for more than five years and has contributed articles on Atlantic Yards to The New York Times, The New York Observer, Columbia Journalism Review, and other publications. He is a former Executive Editor at Library Journal and earned a Master of Studies in Law on a fellowship for journalists at Yale Law School. He's working on a book about Atlantic Yards.
Articles, Investigations and Blogs
The developer has pushed back for a second time the formal start of construction on a new railyard, raising new questions about the timeline for promised housing.
Amid a field of progressive candidates, the developer-backed Jobs for New York PAC's support for one candidate both boosts her efforts--and makes her a target.
The small McKinley Park branch in Dyker Heights bustles with immigrants but struggles to meet demand after years of cuts to the library system.
Under fire for slow spending of the millions it raised after the superstorm, the organization unveiled grants to rebuild places like Canarsie and Sheepshead Bay.
The developer defrayed the city's costs, helping to save the treasured ride but amplifying questions about whether private donations to favored causes influence policymakers.
Observers stress sharing prosperity, strategic use of capital funds, better community boards, and more transparency.
State Sen. Eric Adams faces virtually no opposition in his bid for borough hall—the latest step in his evolution from controversial activist to political leader.
Atlantic Yards said thousands of cheap seats would be available for each home game. But fans are having a lot of trouble tracking down those promised discounts.
Documents reveal tense negotiations between city housing officials and Forest City Ratner over the kind of affordable housing the first Atlantic Yards residential tower will provide. Turns out it's different from what the developer promised.
What's missing from the controversial development site? Not just the jobs and housing, says this writer, but the independent monitor required by the community benefits agreement.