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St. George Waterfront Environmental Review

Environmental Review documents for St. George Waterfront development project.

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St. George Waterfront

The St. George Waterfront Redevelopment Project will transform the currently underutilized St. George Waterfront into a dynamic, mixed-use destination with the construction of the tallest wheel in the Western Hemisphere and a high-end outlet retail complex and hotel.

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Winners of Change the Course: NYC Waterfront Construction Competition

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Three winners, D-Shape, Andrew Rella, and John Sheridan of The Sheridan Corporation, will be awarded a total of $90,000 for their selected ideas to provide innovative and cost-saving solutions for completing marine construction projects and maintaining waterfront infrastructure in New York City.

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NYCEDC Announces Three Winners of Change the Course - The NYC Waterfront Construction Competition

NYCEDC today announced the winners of Change the Course – The NYC Waterfront Construction Competition - which is designed to provide innovative and cost-saving solutions for completing marine construction projects and maintaining waterfront infrastructure in New York City.

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Change the Course Symposium

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There's still time to register to meet the competition winners and hear their ideas on Changing the Course of building and maintaining our waterfront!

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St. George Waterfront

Staten Island’s waterfront will be transformed with the construction of the world’s largest observation wheel along with a new retail complex and hotel on two sites adjacent to the Richmond County Bank Ballpark in St. George.

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Change the Course of Waterfront Construction!

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NYCEDC in collaboration with the Hudson River Park Trust is seeking proposals that will change the course of waterfront construction and help the City of New York build and maintain waterfront infrastructure in a more cost effective and sustainable manner.

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NYCEDC Announces "Change the Course" – The NYC Waterfront Construction Competition

NYCEDC today issued a Request for Expressions of Interest (RFEI) for “Change the Course” – a new waterfront construction competition that seeks innovative and cost-saving solutions for completing marine construction projects in New York City.

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Mayor Bloomberg Opens WNYC Transmitter Park, New Waterfront Green Space in Greenpoint

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg joined Parks & Recreation Commissioner Veronica White, New York City Economic Development Corporation President Seth W. Pinsky, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, Council Member Steve Levin and President and CEO of New York Public Radio Laura R. Walker to cut the ribbon on a $12 million redevelopment of WNYC Transmitter Park .