The agency created after Sept. 11 to help rebuild lower Manhattan, and which has, in recent months, been likened to the undead, has some life in it yet.
Bio: Dana Rubinstein is a reporter for Capital. She has written for Bloomberg Businessweek, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the New York Observer, and the Brooklyn Paper.
Mayor de Blasio's pick to chair the Taxi and Limousine Commission hopes to reduce litigation by listening more.
The mostly white town is home to Governor Andrew Cuomo
"What I was doing at Goldman in many respects is exactly what we're gonna be doing from the public sector side," said Glen last night.
'May lead to a higher fare than they originally planned'
How a plan to convert old downtown offices into apartments may have hobbled lower Manhattan’s ability to draw in start-ups
Jed Walentas backed off threats to abandon Domino, and sweetened the deal
Carl Weisbrod on Friday will leave HR&A Advisers to join several other company alumni in the de Blasio administration
Not worried about scaring off Jed Walentas
Following the release of more "bridgegate" documents, a New Jersey assemblyma criticized the behavior of Christie's Port Authority appointees.