A Manhattan real estate company surprised Nets' owner Bruce Ratner yesterday by submitting a rival plan for the Brooklyn Atlantic rail yards. The plan calls for a smaller number of apartments and offices--and NO basketball arena. New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which owns the yards, must approve any plan.
- Gehry: Bumped Out, Again? - Matthew Schuerman - New York Observer
- Brooklyn Plan Draws a Rival, and It's Smaller - Diane Cardwell - New York Times
- Nets face competing bid from Manhattan developer - Michael Weissenstein - Associated Press
- Nets owner has rival for Brooklyn site - John Brennan - Bergen Record
- Ratner foes hunted bids - Deborah Kolben - New York Daily News
- Another Vision for the Atlantic Yards - Brian Lehrer - WNYC
- Brooklyn Prez Prefer's Ratner's Rail Yard Plan - Newsroom - WNYC