Plans for the redevelopment and expansion of Delta Air Lines Terminal 4 at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport have been unveiled after being approved by the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey last week.
The $850 million Flushing Commons and Macedonia Plaza project that will transform a 5.5-acre, municipal parking lot into a mixed-use urban center in Flushing, Queens has now been approved by the New York City Council after years of planning and negotiating.
The only person to be criminally prosecuted for the deadly collapse of a 200-ft tower crane in Manhattan on March 15, 2008 was acquitted last week of all charges against him. New York Supreme Court Judge Roger Hayes’ tersely-worded verdict declared master rigger William Rapetti not guilty on a multitude
The groundbreaking of two affordable housing developments, Park Terrace at Croton Heights and Grant Park at Croton Heights, located at the former site of the historic Mulford Gardens Public Housing Complex and Ashburton Avenue in Yonkers recently took place at a ceremony celebrated by the city.
A former industrial building built in the late 1940’s and located at 6201 15 th Avenue in Brooklyn is undergoing a top to bottom renovation in order to meet the corporate direction of its current tenant, the American Stock Transfer & Trust Co.
Construction on the GlobalFoundries factory in Saratoga, New York has reached a milestone with completion of steelwork and precast concrete erection. Construction on the $4.2 billion project first began in June 2009.
Construction on the first phase of City Point, a mixed-use project in Downtown Brooklyn has begun in large part to a $20 million tax exempt bond issued through the New York City Economic Development Corporation.
William Rapetti, the master crane rigger charged with seven counts of manslaughter stemming from the deadly Manhattan crane collapse of March 2008, was found not guilty on all counts this morning. Justice Roger Hayes of New York State Supreme Court announced the verdict shortly after 11 a.m. Rapetti had waived his right to
Crews recently began pouring concrete at the site of the $1 billion Barclays Center, the centerpiece of the $4.9 billion Atlantic Yards project in downtown Brooklyn. The Barclays Center, billed as the future home of the Brooklyn Nets, who are now playing in Newark, N.J., has, since the inception of the project in the early