According to the New York Building Congress' new analysis of the Department of Buildings' stalled construction sites list, the number of stalled projects in the city was actually dropping as of the end of November. There were only 515 stalled projects on November 29, down from 531 at the beginning of the month. Thankfully, there's still some normalcy in this crazy world: Brooklyn remains on top with 237 stalled projects, or 46 percent of the total, and 30 percent of those are in Williamsburg/East Williamsburg/Greenpoint. Queens comes in second (with 140 stalled projects, also lower than at the beginning of the month), and Manhattan has 80 arrested developments. Wonder what the folks at Right to the City think of these numbers?
· New York City Construction Outlook [Building Congress]
· Arrested Development coverage [Curbed]