Asbestos found in I.P.N.,
after E.P.A. cleanup
By ELIZABETH O'BRIEN
Lori Mogol and Richard Zimbler watched from their balcony at Independence Plaza North as ground zero was cleaned ahead of schedule. But almost a year after the last of the debris was hauled away, the couples home has still has not been cleared of toxins that likely resulted from the collapse of the World Trade Center.
Wedge of Light will have shadows every 9/11
By JOSH ROGERS
There will be shadows covering much of Daniel Libeskinds proposed Wedge of Light plaza every Sept. 11, which appears to contradict the architects previous claim about his design for the World Trade Center site.
Princess Anne says garden will grow at Hanover Sq.
By ALBET AMATEAU
Ann Ketring, 8, who lives on Hanover Sq., presented a bouquet to Her Royal Highness Princess Anne on the damp afternoon of April 29 at the ceremony announcing the creation of the British Memorial Garden in Hanover Sq.
Council unanimously backs Seaport height limit
By ALBET AMATEAU
The City Council voted unanimously last week to limit the height of buildings in the South St. Seaport District to 120 ft., despite recommendations by the City Planning Commission to allow taller buildings.
M.T.A. presents plans for new Fulton subway
By GAL BECKERMAN
The soot-covered Corbin building on the corner of Broadway and John St. is a classic of Renaissance Revival Architecture. Built in 1889, it has a brownstone and terra cotta facade that is intricately etched with ornamental swirls. But in the ground beneath this hulking and fading beauty is one of the most illogically constructed subway connections in New York City: the Fulton St. station.
Park Row lawsuit continues as talks stall
By SASCHA BRODSKY
Police say the barriers sprouting up around City Hall are there to deter terrorists. But residents of two Downtown housing complexes have been saying for more than a year that the barricades are turning their neighborhood into a virtual prison.
Two Pier 40 developers propose bigger fields
By LINCOLN ANDERSON
One thing was abundantly clear at last Monday nights public hearing on two development proposals for Pier 40, as clear as the black and white patches on a soccer ball or the laces on a baseball: the developers had heard the message loud and clear that youth sports leagues want large ball fields on the W. Houston St. pier.