All eyes will are on the Democratic primary today—visit sister site The Politiker for updates—but Bruce Ratner and Frank Gehry aren’t far behind. Several civic groups, including NYPIRG and Citizens Union criticized the MTA for not disclosing the financial projections—i.e. expected profits—that are included in Forest City Ratner’s proposal to build a 24-acre live-work-spectator complex in central Brooklyn.
Meanwhile, another public agency is exploring revenue-enhancement deals. Consider this: companies might pay to be named the official tile-cleansing agent of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
If you live Uptown, The Sun warns luxury car owners: Watch your headlights!