Atlantic Yards

December, 2011

Atlantic Yards

Brooklyn man to be the voice of the Barclays Center

The Brooklyn Nets show that it is serious about its first name. Comment

November, 2011

Here’s your first look at Bruce Ratner’s pre-fabricated residential towers that will go up at Atlantic Yards! Comment
Atlantic Yards developer Bruce Ratner set up a “sham” job-training program that ended up screwing workers out of promised union positions on his $5-billion mega-project, a bombshell lawsuit charged on Tuesday. Comment
Construction Update

‘Betrayed’ workers to sue Ratner today

A group of unemployed construction workers is suing Atlantic Yards developer Bruce Ratner to recover lost wages for jobs that they claim they were promised but never received at the $5-billion Prospect Heights megaproject. Comment

October, 2011

Many tried out, but few were chosen for next week’s finals in hopes of being the voice of the Brooklyn Nets. Comment

September, 2011

Atlantic Yards

Ice try! Ratner now says he wants Islanders at Barclays Center

Atlantic Yards developer Bruce Ratner said he’s “hoping” that the New York Islanders will move to the Barclays Center once the struggling team’s lease at the Nassau Coliseum expires in 2015 — a reversal of his longtime claim that the Prospect Heights arena would be too small to host pro hockey games. Comments (1)

August, 2011

Atlantic Yards

Ratner finally moves ahead with residential Yards tower

Developer Bruce Ratner moved forward this week with the construction of the first of his long-stalled residential buildings in the Atlantic Yards mega-project, filing city paperwork to begin a 33-story building adjacent to the Barclays Center. Comment

June, 2011

Atlantic Yards

Accident injures two and damages cars at Atlantic Yards

Brooklynites have slung a lot of mud at Bruce Ratner’s controversial Atlantic Yards Project over the years. On Tuesday, the project returned the favor. Comment

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