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It might be death by delays for the controversial Broadway Triangle plan on the Williamsburg/Bed-Stuy border. A judge has ordered the city to prepare "reams of housing demographic data" to counter claims by opponents that the affordable housing in the 1,800-unit development will illegally favor Hasidic families. Even if the court doesn't block the project, the Broadway Triangle may miss a crucial October 1 deadline for state funding. At least, that's what we think is going on. There are 43,000 shady backroom things going on regarding the Broadway Triangle, so figuring it out is a lot like infiltrating the yakuza. [NYDN; previously]