Photo by: NYC.gov
A graph from Mayor Bloomberg's PlaNYC illustrates how crucial residential buildings are to any hopes for a greener city: Homes contribute twice as much carbon as cars and trucks in New York.
Photo by: Marc Fader
Palazzolo Plaza, the Scarsdale office building that has been home to several dozen corporations controlling, at one point, more than 100 buildings in the Bronx—many of them with severe maintenance and safety problems.
One Bronx real estate operator had an interest in more than 100 buildings, most of them severely troubled.
Photo by: Classical Geographer/Library of Congress
Jacobs and Moses: Enemies who created the modern city
A history of the philosophical battle between Robert Moses and Jane Jacobs, told by an author who, wisely, took it personally.
Opponents rally against the FreshDirect proposal. The grocery deliverer says it will create thousands of jobs in the South Bronx, but that expansion disappears when the firm analyzes its environmental impact. By: Neil deMause Sometime in the next few weeks, a state supreme court judge could issue the first of several rulings on a legal [...]