One South First tops out at former Domino Sugar site, Empire Outlets debuts on Staten Island, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali  | May 15, 2019 - 11:00AM

Construction tops out at One South First; the 22-story mixed-use building is the second to rise at the former Domino Sugar factory site in Williamsburg (New York Yimby)

City names five finalists in design competition to build affordable housing on small, oddly shaped lots (Curbed) 

Empire Outlets, NYC’s first outlet mall, makes its debut on Staten Island with nearly 30 retailers (Commercial Observer) 

Serious crime fell as much as 59 percent at dozens of public-housing developments in NYC during a $5 million light experiment (The Washington Post via National Bureau of Economic Research)

Public hearing brings Doctors’ Row one step closer to becoming Bay Ridge’s first historic district (Brownstoner)

City students to create plans for a 14-acre mixed-use neighborhood redevelopment project as part of Urban Land Institute's competition (press release)

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