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April 12, 2006

Will a correction finally sideline the Times's "Downtown Brooklyn" mistake?

Atlantic Yards Report

Advocates in Brooklyn have long been fighting the notion that Bruce Ratner's Atlantic Yards proposal is sited in Downtown Brooklyn, an impression that the developer has created from the start.

Atlantic Yards Reporter Norman Oder brings it up (again), after the NY Times messed up the distinction in yesterday's article in the sports section, though Oder grants that the Times has been "better but inconsistent" on the matter.

NoLandGrab: Let's hope the Times finally catches on, before Oder snopes them upside their head again.

Posted by lumi at April 12, 2006 7:44 AM