Ken Fisher

  • Midtown East Rezoning: Not for the Faint-Hearted

    The new plans approved by the New York City Council allow the construction of modern office space, reduce challenges for redevelopments and aim at upgrading the area’s transit and pedestrian infrastructure. Still, experts say only sophisticated developers will be able to take advantage of the approved regulations.

    New York 17 August 2017 14:38

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