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More stories about New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-PA

  • Sandy Aftermath: Jersey Shore Struggles with Shattered Infrastructure

    With the Superstorm long gone and its Nor'easter aftershock fading also, New Jersey contractors are coming to grips with a long, arduous task of repair and reconstruction.

  • New Yorkers Debate Flood Protection

    Construction of a 5 mile barrier from Rockaway to Sandy Hook NJ would cost at least $10 billion.

  • After the Storm: Long Island

    I’ve been worried about a storm like this for over 10 years, ever since hearing NOAA warnings about the flood risks faced by anyone living south of the Long Island's Montauk Highway.

  • Sandy Devastates Jersey Shore, Manhattan, and Long Island

    Hurricane Sandy's double-barreled onslaught of high winds and record-high storm surge flooding left behind a monumental task of rescue, recovery, and reconstruction.

  • Stanford White Site Marked for Development

    Anbau Enterprises purchased the lot in New York City’s Flatiron District where Stanford White used to entertain young girls, including his ill-famed mistress Evelyn Nesbit.

  • GSA Signs Lease at One World Trade Center

    The U.S. General Services Administration signed a lease at the new towers, pushing the tenant occupancy past the halfway mark.

  • Dattner Architects and Grimshaw Architects complete Via Verde

    Green living takes on a new meaning at Via Verde, a community built around sustainable principles.

  • Brooklyn Botanic Garden Visitor Center

    Brooklyn, N.Y. / Weiss/Manfredi Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism

  • Diller Scofidio + Renfro to Lead Design of New Columbia Medical Facility

    A new medical and educational building by Diller Scofidio + Renfro will build collaboration by mixing study and social spaces.

  • Exhibit: 'Juan Downey: The Invisible Architect'

    The first U.S. retrospective on artist and trained architect Juan Downey is on display at the Bronx Museum of the Arts through May 20.