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Plan for Community Use of Barclays Center Emerges
Forest City Ratner Again Gets Extension from MTA
City Downplays Ratner's Role In Carousel Recovery
Are Nets' Promised Cheap Seats for Sale?
Agency, Developer Wrestle Over Atlantic Yards Affordability
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?
Hot And Cool: How Brooklyn Became A Destination
Moses, Jacobs And You: The Battle For Gotham
Waking the Dead
Five Boroughs. One City. No Plan.
Whose Dreams Will Decide?
Development, Zoning Fights Fuel Push For NYC Roadmap
Afraid of Crime Now? Join The Kids
Strong Feelings About Yankee Stadium Deal? Too Bad.
Charter Debate: A Zero-Sum Game?
In a matter of months the Nets will be playing ball at the corner of Flatbush and Atlantic, as envisioned more than eight years ago by developer Bruce Ratner. British financial firm Barclays will pay 400 million dollars over the next 20 years to secure naming rights to the stadium. But the rest of Atlantic Yards' promise has yet to be fulfilled. Given the deep disagreement the project prompted, what does that mean for Brooklyn?
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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.
Neighborhood Demographics and Public High School Students’ Readiness for College in New York City
The pain of 9/11 reopened a deeper wound: Violent trauma is part of daily life in New York. Now a city in crisis must help its youth survive a hidden epidemic.