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The Numbers And Builders Behind The Second Avenue Subway Development Wave
Want to get a jump start on upcoming deals? Meet the major New York City players at one of our upcoming events! For years, the stretch along Second Avenue between 72nd and 96th streets was a ... read more
The Greatest Showman: Are Cuomo's projects just window dressing?
More than any New York chief executive in recent memory, he has embraced the role of builder, repeatedly throwing his considerable political muscle behind big-ticket items ... phase of the ... read more
Andrew Cuomo Has Limitless Ambition. What’s He Going to Do With It?
Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, is trying to win a third term in office, which would match the number his father served in ... story of how he threatened to bar contractors on the new Second Avenue Subway ... read more
Organized Labor Doesn’t Have the Grip They Once Did Thanks to ‘Open Shop’
There are a number ... Builders and Contractors, a group that represents approximately 130,000 workers not affiliated with unions in New York City. “You’ve got the MTA, LaGuardia, Penn Station, ... read more
Jane Jacobs, Robert Moses, and the Battle Over LOMEX
The highway was to be a crowning achievement in the career of Robert Moses, the so-called "Master Builder" of New York ... to find better ways to move people around. Someday, the Second Avenue Subway ... read more
Irish businessman battles to save New York building firm
After Navillus sought protection, O’Sullivan wrote to clients, workers and suppliers saying that it was business as usual and pledging that the builder would continue ... is worth about $150 million. ... read more
The other project Kalikow believes will begin by year’s end is the long-hoped-for Second Avenue ... additional subway cars and buses, computerized signals on some subway lines, and plenty of station ... read more
The most exciting ’hood in New York is miles from Manhattan
Trains and planes pump up the volume: The subway roars beneath Roosevelt Avenue; the LIRR glides ... at $75 per square foot — a number that would be “half the price” if it were a mile or two away. ... read more
How public transit affects home values in Toronto
The Cosmos development is part of a ... Developments at Yonge St. and Eglinton Ave., where the Crosstown LRT will intersect with the subway. In addition to the Redpath buildings, Freed and Capital are ... read more
Hell’s Kitchen is heating up with riverfront renewal
Driving forces behind the transformation include the evolution of the Hudson River Park, the nation’s second-largest waterside urban open space, the development ... of the number 7 subway line from ... read more
Is this the noisiest neighbourhood in Toronto?
In the second instalment ... nearby High Park Ave., the revving of engines and the thump of a skateboarder on the pavement. There are also dogs barking and planes overhead in the distance. Time: 5:18 ... read more
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A Glorious Boondoggle: Will the New WTC Station Permanently Taint Santiago Calatrava’s Career?
which is in one of three adjoining townhouses he owns on Park Avenue. Although business at his 120-person firm still seems to be brisk — in addition to projects in Brazil, Switzerland, and Qatar, he ... read more
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