Last week Mayor Bloomberg announced that the Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) would request proposals from private developers to enter into a 20-year deal with the city to buy, install, own and maintain solar panels on city-owned buildings in New York’s five boroughs.
The goal is to deliver two megawatts (MW) of solar power Read More
Yesterday, New York's political class lined up to condemn the politically insulated MTA-whose members are in effect appointed by the governor-for the third rain-caused system-wide disruption of the nation's most heavily used subway system in the past seven months.
They were right to do so.
It's not clear how much the MTA can do Read More
Muss Development announced today that Con Edison and New York City have signed leases totaling 120,000 square feet in Queens Tower.
The city will take 105,000 square feet on the first six floors of 88-11 165th Street in Jamaica, Queens, according to a press release, and Con Edison signed on for 15,000 square feet on Read More