Tuesday, November 9, 2010

On The Waterfront: All Shiny & New? Written by American Author & Playwright Susan Kathryn Hefti

Nearly two full weeks after the publication of author - & 93rd Street Beautification Association co-chair - Susan Kathryn Hefti's column about NYC's plan to redevelop Gotham's 578 miles of waterfront with a ginormous fortress of high rises, casinos and other gilded spectacles, The NY Times takes pity on those poor oppressed real estate developers buzzing about the water's edge like hungry bees ready to suck dry whatever life may be left gasping for air along the city's historic waterfront: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/07/realestate/07cov.html

Read Susan Kathryn Hefti's column here:

When Henry Hudson sailed off course in 1609 — he had been hired by the Dutch to find a northeast passage to the Orient — his 3,000-mile detour revealed a bounty of unexpected wonders, sowing the seeds for what eventually gave birth to the greatest city on earth: Read more