City Brownfield Program Cleans Sites, But Who Benefits? - 2011-05-31

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F0.png City Brownfield Program Cleans Sites, But Who Benefits? May 31, 2011, Melissa Checker, Gotham Gazette

The remaining three projects to break ground are considered part of the general brownfield cleanup program, and they do not have preferred status. These are a Church of Scientology on 125th street in Manhattan on a former industrial site, a 168-room Hyatt Place hotel with three levels of retail and space for underground parking in downtown Flushing and a mixed use residential and commercial building in the South Bronx, and the market-rate apartment complex in south Williamsburg that provided the Earth week photo op.

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{{cite news | first = Melissa | last = Checker | title = City Brownfield Program Cleans Sites, But Who Benefits? | url = http://www.gothamgazette.com/article/Environment/20110531/7/3535 | work = Gotham Gazette | date = May 31, 2011 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}