New York City OKs major mixed-use redevelopments

07/29/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

New York City is game for redevelopment. The City Council has approved two massive mixed-use projects, one in Flushing, Queens, and one on the Brooklyn waterfront. The latter will transform the defunct Domino Sugar factory into a $1.5 billion housing and retail development. The $850 million Flushing Commons project includes residential, retail, office and park space.

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