It's taken nearly nine years, and at least that many lawsuits, but Atlantic Yards developer Bruce Ratner has finally completed the Brooklyn sports/entertainment complex of his dreams, to the delight and horror of Brooklyn residents.
Doesn't it look like a UFO?!
For your latest sign that Brooklyn's new arena is really, truly going to open soon enough we point you to the giant, 70,000 pound, three-story tall, $7 million scoreboard that just came the stadium's way.
“The Islanders belong in Brooklyn...If they come here, I would personally take the first spin on the Zamboni,’” said Borough President Marty Markowitz.
Having brushed aside its asbestos scare, Madison Square Garden is back
Yesterday, the Knicks canceled their home game against the Orlando Magic and
from threecee's flickr After firing famed architect Frank Gehry in an
On the heels of Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov's blog confirmation of
Developer Bruce Ratner must be relieved this morning to see that
After dropping architect Frank Gehry from his embattled Atlantic Yards project, developer
Courtesy Municipal Art Society, Aerial Photograph by Jonathan Barkey A new
The proposed Barclays Center in Brooklyn. With four major sports complexes
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