, Staten Island, NY 10301
Entire stretches of New York City are giving rise to new and recreated neighborhoods, from the World Trade Center to Willets Point.
A sad ending for the troubled development project.
Investors in the project had recently indicated that they won’t be able to move forward without city support
The New York Wheel may not become a reality unless the city steps in to help
Developers were hoping to get $140 million from the city to revive the project.
Starchitecture is alive and well in New York City—it seems like every week brings more buildings designed by big-name architects, or developments that will have a transformative effect on the city's skyline. Here are some of the biggest projects.
That’s a lot of visitors
A representative for the project informed Curbed that the developers are currently in "advanced negotiations" to lock in a new contractor for the project.
Construction on the 630-foot wheel stopped in late May when one of the teams walked off the site.
With nearly $2 billion of real estate investment flowing into the area, a community bands together to make sure it’s done right.