Javits' end promises new dawn for W. Side
January 8, 2012 -- Crain’s New York Business
Mitch Korbey examines Governor Cuomo’s vision of building a new convention center in Queens, razing the Javits Center on the far west side, and replacing it with a mixed-use, transformative development. He notes that environmental review and zoning changes could take three or four years, and that transforming the entire West Side neighborhood around the Javits Center could take that many decades.
Planning can reduce bankruptcy pain
January 23, 2010 -- Raleigh News & Observer
In this story about how pre-packaged and pre-negotiated bankruptcies are on the rise, Joshua Angel says that because the up-front costs of pre-arranged bankruptcies are significant, only companies with $50 million or more in assets are well-positioned to file for protection that way.
Hudson River Park Board Weighs Proposals for 15th Street Pier Development
November 19, 2008 -- The New York Times
This story notes that our client, Youngwoo & Associates, is proposing a $191 million pier project at the western terminus of 15th Street in Chelsea. The proposal includes a new home for a major auction house, a contemporary cultural center consisting of art galleries and concert space, public access to the waterfront, and a large public market similar to Seattle's Pike Place.
Cracking Down on Shoddy Condos
July 2008 -- The Real Deal
Doug Heller is quoted in an article on the attorney general's office's effectiveness in reviewing condo offering plans and enforcing codes.
Builder Licensing Bill Heads For Approval
November 2006 -- The Real Deal
Kevin Fullington is quoted in a story regarding new rules that would regulate developers of one-, two- and three-family homes in New York.