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July 12, 2019

Counting Down to a Green New York (The New York Times)

New York plans to be carbon neutral by 2050, and housing is one of the biggest polluters. Can this dirty old town clean up its act in time?


June 27, 2019

East Harlem Affordable Homes Bring Green Tech, Social Services (Bloomberg)

When East Harlem’s newest affordable housing community opens, its tenants will range from the formerly homeless to those earning as much as 90% of the area’s median income, helping to ease

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May 30, 2019

9/11 Memorial: New Section Dedicated to Rescue Workers Who ‘Inspired the World’ (NYTimes)

Every year on Sept. 11, relatives and friends of people killed at the World Trade Center return to the memorial that fills the footprints of the towers. The mayor, even presidential candidates, have

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April 11, 2019

In Brooklyn, One Blue Slip Brings High-End Residential Development and New Public Spaces (Metropolis)

In a once-industrial stretch of Greenpoint, Brooklyn, along the East River, a new neighborhood stands apart from many of New York’s other riverfront properties. Handel Architects, which designed the


February 28, 2019

New York’s 9/11 memorial had a tragic flaw. Here’s the plan to fix it. (Fast Company)

The original design had a serious oversight: It didn’t pay homage to first responders and rescue workers. Now, the designers are trying to amend it.

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