The Christie administration is under federal investigation for linking Hoboken Sandy funds to a Rockefeller Group redevelopment deal. New York Times reporters, Charles Bagli and Patrick McGeehan, talk about new emails and trace the history of the deal and the conflicting accounts by Mayor Zimmer and the Christie administration.
The New York Giants and the New York Jets are reaping the benefits of MetLife Stadium, but at what cost to the taxpayers of New Jersey?
In 2009, Michael Bloomberg said that zoning was perhaps his biggest legacy. In the final months before he leaves office, the mayor has worked furiously to complete or jump-start development deals. Charles Bagli, New York Times reporter, discusses the various projects around the city, and their lasting impact.
It's Housing and Urban Development Week on the Brian Lehrer Show's election series "30 issues in 30 Days." See the full 30 Issues schedule and archive here.
Charles Bagli, New York Times reporter and author of Other People's Money: Inside the Housing Crisis and the Demise of the Greatest Real Estate Deal Ever Made, discusses how the next mayor would approach development and building infrastructure to account for more density.
The City Council renewed Madison Square Garden's lease for ten years, with no automatic renewal. Charles Bagli, New York Times reporter and the author of Other People's Money: Inside the Housing Crisis and the Demise of the Greatest Real Estate Deal Ever Made (Dutton Adult, 2013), talks about the likelihood that the Garden will relocate to make room for a new Penn Station.
Charles Bagli, New York Times reporter and the author of Other People's Money: Inside the Housing Crisis and the Demise of the Greatest Real Estate Deal Ever Made, explains the housing crisis through the prism of the Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village sale-gone-bad.
Charles Bagli, New York Times reporter, goes through some of the ways the city and state are affecting housing costs, from rent regulations to property taxes.
New York Times reporter Charles Bagli discusses Forest City Ratner's plans to build the world's tallest pre-fab steel structure at Atlantic Yards. Aseem Inam, associate professor of urbanism at Parsons The New School of Design, joins the conversation to discuss pre-fabricated construction from an urban design point of view.
New York Times reporter Charles V. Bagli, discusses the politics and funding issues surrounding the development at the World Trade Center site. Plus, Miriam Greenberg, assistant professor of Sociology at UC Santa Cruz and author of Branding New York: How a City in Crisis Was Sold to the World, ...
We look into how the slowing economy and credit crisis could affect Forest City Ratner’s plans for Atlantic Yards. Charles V. Bagli has been reporting on the project for the New York Times.