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May 2, 2011
Remember the "Reference or fantasy" post four years ago about the projected ten-year Atlantic Yards timeline? It was a fantasy
Atlantic Yards Report
[Re-published from] Monday, April 30, 2007
(Click to enlarge)
Forest City Ratner's Atlantic Yards is supposed to be completed in a decade, by 2016, according to the construction schedule (document at bottom) included in the Atlantic Yards Final Environmental Impact Statement issued by the Empire State Development Corporation.
Graphic designer Abby Weissman has combined elements of the construction schedule with the Atlantic Yards site plan. Time will tell whether it's a valid reference or a fantasy.
As of 2011
Note that the construction schedule, proposed 7/10/06, was already out of date in 2007.
As the graphic indicates, all of Phase 1, west of Sixth Avenue, was supposed to be done by now. Instead, only the arena is under construction, with a planned late summer 2012 completion.
As of now, there's no timetable for any of the towers, completion of Phase 1 could take 12 years, and the project as a whole could take 25 years, according to the Development Agreement--and there are further loopholes for delays.
NoLandGrab: As we wrote earlier, yes, things are, um, completely on schedule.
Posted by eric at May 2, 2011 12:19 PM