Photo by Norman Oder Big real estate projects sometimes go through name changes, but the announcement August 4th that the Atlantic Yards mega-development near downtown Brooklyn, which has faced steady controversy since it emerged inwould become Pacific Park Brooklyn, was an unusual, strategic and dubious adjustment. The Battle Over Atlantic Yards.
Mountain Valley Pipeline will extend inch diameter natural gas pipeline over miles to transport West Virginia natural gas into southern Virginia. Each project is meant to move West Virginia natural gas to eastern markets, potentially generating higher prices.
But there is also focus on how the enormous projects may affect the landscape and waterways as construction commences. Mountain Valley Pipeline says it remains on target for completion late this year.
The protesters were aiming to make MVP miss a March 31 deadline to clear trees in the area.
The most recent weekly report provided from Mountain Valley Pipeline to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission noted that tree felling continues in several areas along the path.
The progress report also says construction continues at the compressor stations that are necessary to keep natural gas flowing through the pipeline.
Road construction is also continuing, and construction is starting on authorized lay down yards. The pipeline will be built in individual sections, or spreads, with multiple spreads under construction at the same time. That project is still aiming for a completion.
Atlantic Coast Pipeline asked for an extension for tree felling late last month and was denied by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.The season, which always begins on the first Monday in November, kicked off last week on Nov. 5, and so far, experts are weighing in and explaining that, with fewer of the beauties available in northern locations, the demand has increased on the East End.
The Atlantic Yards Community Development Corporation (AYCDC)is a subsidiary of Empire State Development.
It is charged with reviewing and making recommendations on proposed changes to the Project Plan, and monitoring construction impacts and quality of life issues for the Atlantic Yards Project.
Big real estate projects sometimes go through name changes, but the announcement August 4th that the Atlantic Yards mega-development near downtown Brooklyn, which has faced steady controversy since it emerged in , would become Pacific Park Brooklyn, was .
The latest Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park Construction Update (bottom), covering the two weeks beginning Monday, Nov. 26, was circulated at pm Wednesday (lead time) by Empire State Development (ESD) after preparation by Greenland Forest City Partners.
Laying the foundation for the Atlantic Yards Development. Share. facebook twitter googleplus linkedin. Our team partnered with project sponsor, Forest City Ratner Companies, to design a new subway entrance, vehicular bridge, and other improvements to accommodate the arena.
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