After the New York real estate bubble

$5bn of real estate development has been delayed or cancelled in New York since November, according to the New York Times.These beyond-monopoly numbers raise the question of whether anything is being built at all in what had been a major boom town for cutting edge architecture.Johnathan Mahler looks at how ...

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