More on Atlantic Yards Redesign
May 6th, 2008

Over the weekend, developer Bruce Ratner unveiled a redesigned and scaled-down version of the Atlantic Yards project for downtown Brooklyn, complete with new models and drawings and an op-ed in the Daily News.

Now opponents have unveiled a new Web site called Atlanticlots.com, created by the Municipal Art Society and Brooklyn Speaks. It features a slide show with aerialviews the proposed development and a click-able link to “Ask Governor Paterson to make an interim plan for the site that works for Brooklyn.”

The real estate blog Curbed provides a look at the “mini-taboloid war” between the Daily News and the Post in their coverage of the Atlantic Yards redesign. (The blog Atlanticyardsreport says the New York Times has ignored the story.)Curbed also offers a poll so readers can weigh in the old and new version of the tower.

By on May 6, 2008, 8:27 am
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