Friday-Morning Roundup

Forest City Ratner will begin demolition next month of six buildings for the Atlantic Yards project, says The Times.

Larry Silverstein brought back British architect Norman Foster to design 200 Greenwich Street, a 65-story, 2.4-million-square-foot building down ground zero way. ‘Course, we reported that yesterday.

In other ground-zero news, the News reports that Governor Pataki is entertaining other developers for the site; Mr. Silverstein still expects to develop everything.

And The Sun reports that the New York State Court of Appeals will hear an eminent-domain case on Water Tunnel Shaft 30B, at the corner of Grand and Lafayette streets in Soho.

-Matthew Grace

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