4/16/2008

Ambitious plans for a multibillion-dollar makeover of Manhattan's West Side appear to be in disarray -- and many critics say that's not such a bad thing. The economic downturn has endangered a host of high-profile projects, giving city leaders a chance to rethink and refocus Mayor Michael Bloomberg's sweeping vision of redevelopment from Penn Station to the Hudson River.

Full Story:
NYTimes.com

Related Summaries