"In my humble opinion, we've got to stop holding ourselves hostage to the idea that we can't make policies that piss off the rich people or drive big corporations away," John Liu told the Association for a Better New York this morning at the Roosevelt Hotel.
Landlords, businesses and residents have more financial incentive than ever to invest in the neighborhood, even as the damage wrought by the hurricane has many climate experts predicting a future of devastating storms like Sandy.
Chelsea Clinton took another modulated step toward being a public figure on Monday morning, moderating a panel on the nonprofit sector at a breakfast event hosted by the Association for a Better New York.
The Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel became one of the city's most dramatic sights during Hurricane Sandy, as the storm sent 90 million gallons of New York Harbor water rushing into the tube, filling it completely.
It's not every cycle that the New York City real estate industry lines up behind a non-incumbent candidate in a congressional primary.(1)