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September 4th, 2008, 10:41 am
The Javits Center will expand, though more modestly than originally planned, after all (The New York Times). The Javits Center is one of several key projects that will affect the future development of Moynihan Station and the far west side of Manhattan.
In other news, as more housing is built on Roosevelt Island, the limited transportation infrastructure is strained (New York Observer).
The renovation plans for McCarren Pool in Brooklyn now include a small indoor performance space; an homage to the past decades’ pool parties and outdoor concerts (Brooklyn Paper)
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