Today, Mayor de Blasio released New York City’s Stormwater Resiliency Plan, which includes the City’s first-ever from Harlem to Hollis analysis of flooding caused by extreme rainfall events.
Today, Mayor de Blasio, Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development Vicki Been, Public Design Commission President Signe Nielsen.
Following a City Council vote, Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that a major package of zoning rules will now help to protect homes and businesses in New York City’s Continue Reading →
The 42-acre Hamptons estate just a few hours from Harlem was built by Henry Ford, II in 1960 has sold.
Today, Mayor de Blasio released the State of Climate Knowledge 2021, a new report that outlines New York City’s climate research priorities and identifies knowledge gaps for future study.
By Merilee Kern, MBA As the financial markets strive to rebound from what has been a hugely trying and tumultuous period, courtesy of a deadly global pandemic, we may need Continue Reading →
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