11/5/2007

Developer Sheldon H. Solow has agreed to set aside hundreds of apartments for low-income and working-class tenants in a high-rise development proposed on a former Con Edison property on the East River in New York City. Solow bought the land from the power company in 2000, and the proposed project would include a 1.5-million-square-foot office tower and six residential towers.

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