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How Hurricane Sandy May Have Finally Killed Albany's Convention Center Boondoggle
  

Dec 11, 2012

ALBANY, N.Y. — It’s been almost eight years in the making. Four governors have been in office since the planning officially got underway. The state has spent $12 million so

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From The Archives: Atlantic Yards
  

Oct 01, 2012

NEW YORK — The $1 billion Barclays Center — the frog-like stadium that is the centerpiece of Atlantic Yards in Brooklyn — opened last Friday with a mega-concert from Jay-Z,

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City Council approves NYU expansion plan for Greenwich Village
  

Jul 26, 2012

NEW YORK – An expansion plan by New York University that will transform the historic neighborhood of Greenwich Village with nearly two million square feet of additional space, mostly for

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Vote by Council committee no surprise to NYU expansion opponents
  

Jul 17, 2012

Photo by Camillo Miller NEW YORK – Disappointed but not surprised – that was the refrain from groups opposed to the expansion of New York University's Manhattan campus after an influential

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NYC tax break helps owners improve luxury condos, report says
  

Jun 07, 2012

Photo courtesy edgeplot. ALBANY, N.Y. – A nearly 60-year-old New York City program designed to help landlords improve conditions for tenants in hardscrabble living conditions has strayed so far from its

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NYU's Controversial Expansion
  

Mar 12, 2012

Photo provided by New York University New York University took back its place in the center of New York’s university expansion controversies by submitting its NYU 2031 expansion proposal to the

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Foreclosures Leave Apartment Buildings in Need of Repair
  

Sep 15, 2011

Photos by Chris Opfer Tenants want the bank that foreclosed on this building on Fifth Avenue in Park Slope to start putting up money to make much-needed repairs. The housing bubble may

Last Updated (Tuesday, June 04, 2013 10:42 AM)

9/11: 10 Years of Reporting
  

Sep 08, 2011

From the morning that the planes struck the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, Gotham Gazette has been covering the efforts of New Yorkers to cope with the unthinkable,

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