Atlantic Yards Project, Written Comments Due

September 29, 5:00 pm
Written comments due for Atlantic Yards project.
Send to 633 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10017
attention: Maria Mooney, or email to


Community Forum on Atlantic Yards

Tuesday, September 12, Time?NYC College of Technology, 285 Jay Steet, Brooklyn.Community Forum on Atlantic Yards Project. For more info, see Note: this is only a community forum. There is no requirement by the ESDC to record or respond to any public comments presented at this event. The official public hearing is August 23.

“Atlantic Yards” Public Hearing

Wednesday, August 23, 2006, 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.New York City Technical College (Klitgord Auditorium)285 Jay Street, Brooklyn The New York State Urban Development Corporation, d/b/a Empire State Development Corporation (ESDC) in conjunction with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), the City of New York, and affiliates of the Forest City Ratner Companies, including Atlantic Yards […]

Atlantic Yards Environmental Review Workshop

Tuesday, July 11, 7 pm St. Cyril’s Belarusian Cathedral Atlantic Avenue and Bond Street "ATLANTIC YARDS" Handbook for the Environmental Review THE COUNCIL OF BROOKLYN NEIGHBORHOODS (CBN) presents a series of meetings to help the public respond to the upcoming Draft Environmental Impact Statement. CBN has announced the first in a series of meetings to […]

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Brooklynite Creates Hand-Out for Cars in Bike Lanes (Brooklyn Ramblings) Illegal Chambers Street Parkers Banished After Expose (NY Post) Al Gore to Train 1,000 People to Give Climate Presentation (Climate Project) Markowitz Adjusts Stance on Atlantic Yards (NYT) 68 Comments and Counting: Atlantic Yards Race Card (Curbed)  Subway Duo Passes Every Station in 24 Hours, 2 […]

Community Board Forums on “Atlantic Yards”

Thursday, August 3, 6 – 8 pmThree separate locations. See below. Brooklyn Community Boards 2, 6 & 8 to hold Public Forums on "Atlantic Yards." In the absence of an official role in reviewing the "Atlantic Yards" project, thanks to the state’s takeover, our local Community Boards have announced that they will hold simultaneous public […]

Will the Tide Turn on City Parking Policy?

 A few weeks back Atlantic Yards Report posted a compendium of recent writings that point to the contradictions inherent in, and problems resulting from, parking requirements for urban development plans. Mayor Mike Bloomberg’s much-praised PlaNYC 2030 contains a glaring omission, a failure to address the antiquated anti-urban policy that mandates parking attached to new residential […]