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Negotiations Over Armory End as Vote Nears
Lessons of Willets Point: Trading Parkland for Developer's Donation
Lessons of Willets Point: Relocation Fears for Workers
Lessons of Willets Point: Will A New Mayor Do Development Differently?
Plan to Build on Vacant Lots Stirs Displacement Fears
FreshDirect Foes Say They'll Appeal
East New York Elderly Fight Displacement
How the M-train is Gentrifying Bushwick
Forgotten History Behind New Brooklyn Waterfront Plan
Agency, Developer Wrestle Over Atlantic Yards Affordability
Coney Island's Invisible Towers
For Some Landlords, It's Not Easy Going Green
Industrial, Homeless Policies Clash in East New York
Who's Afraid of NYU? School's Neighbors Air Gripes
Brooklyn: A Developing Story
Opinions Harden Over Atlantic Yards Housing
Traffic, Noise & Hope: Atlantic Yards Still Elicits Mixed Views
Nets Arrive, Questions Remain At Atlantic Yards
Brooklyn's Arena Is Coming. What's Coming Next?
City Spent $1M on Report, Used Questionable Data
Coney Baloney: DiNapoli's Report Obscures Brooklyn Beachfront's Rollercoaster Economy - Neil deMause
Job growth is soaring in Coney Island, says a new report. That was news to anyone who's actually been to Coney Island lately.
An influx of young, more affluent residents is remaking the Brooklyn neighborhood. What's gained, and what's lost, in this transformation? Watch a video interview with reporter Patrick Wall.
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This Bronx resident says a planned concentration of supportive housing and other social services in his neighborhood threatens to undermine city plans to spur investment.
Zoning laws, building codes and other regulations can seem like bureaucratic obscurities. But, says this author, they have a powerful—and often negative—impact on urban areas.
The Ouarterly Housing Update, published by NYU’s Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy, provides up-to-date information on trends in the New York City housing market.
City Limits' recent issue looks at the debate over whether the city needs to reform the way it makes development policy. Here are the findings from the Charter Revision Commission, which considered--but declined to make--broad reforms.