The Growth Dividend

The Bloomberg administration wants to spruce up Brooklyn’s waterfront and create affordable housing. But will developers build it if they don’t have to?

The Missing Links

Plans to build a world-class golf course in Bronx Ferry Point Park are sinking just as quickly as environmental concerns about the $40 million project multiply.

No Fore Warning

By 2003, private developers will transform a Bronx municipal landfill into a world-class golf course. Now the project’s neighbors are demanding to know what lies beneath Ferry Point Park.

Planting an Idea

While state green flows freely for parkland in parts north, city folk get the short end of the sticks. But one crusader has a plan to make New York City’s plots thicken–by turning vacant lots into parks.

Shadow of a Drought

New York City’s Water Board has decided to cut off the flow to buildings behind on their payments–adding the threat of dry taps to already out-of-control water bills.