Dana Rubinstein

Post-Sept. 11 development agency lives on:

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.

Latest Articles:

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New taxi head hopes to get sued less

Mayor de Blasio's pick to chair the Taxi and Limousine Commission hopes to reduce litigation by listening more.

Mar. 10, 2014

 
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Investigation into Westchester ‘housing discrimination’

The mostly white town is home to Governor Andrew Cuomo

Mar. 6, 2014

 
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Alicia Glen on Domino labor, and Goldman lessons

"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.

Mar. 6, 2014

 
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What will Cuomo’s M.T.A. diversion cost riders?

'May lead to a higher fare than they originally planned'

Mar. 5, 2014

 
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Downtown dilemma

How a plan to convert old downtown offices into apartments may have hobbled lower Manhattan’s ability to draw in start-ups

Mar. 4, 2014

 
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De Blasio notches an early real-estate win

Jed Walentas backed off threats to abandon Domino, and sweetened the deal

Mar. 3, 2014

 
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The real estate consultancy to see in the de Blasio era

Carl Weisbrod on Friday will leave HR&A Advisers to join several other company alumni in the de Blasio administration

Feb. 28, 2014

 
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De Blasio: Domino still a good deal for Two Trees

Not worried about scaring off Jed Walentas

Feb. 28, 2014

 
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Wisniewski assails Port’s ‘juvenile, cavalier attitude’

Following the release of more "bridgegate" documents, a New Jersey assemblyma criticized the behavior of Christie's Port Authority appointees.

Feb. 27, 2014

 
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De Blasio ‘fully committed’ to Bloomberg accessible-taxi plan

Mayor Bill de Blasio has affirmed his administration's commitment to an agreement to make New YorK City's taxi fleet wheelchair-accessible.

Feb. 27, 2014