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2009 VOL. TWO: HOUSING &
THE CREDIT CRISIS

FEATURES

Mortgages, Finance
Markets, and the Imperative
of Growth
By Hugh Kelly

Burning Down the House
By Sarah Gerecke

Fannie Mae and Freddie
Mac
By Robert Van Order

BUILDING A NATIONAL RAIL
SYSTEM
By John V.N. Philip

CONVERSATIONS
MANHATTAN'S OFFICE
LEASING MARKET
A Panel Discussion

REVIEW
EATING AT JUBILEE
By Jasper Jones



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2009 VOL. ONE: INFRASTRUCTURE

Can New York Keep the
Lights On?
By Max Schulz

Congestion Pricing
By C. Kenneth Orski

Bringing Water to the City
By Gail Shaffer

Getting Rid of It
By Richard Herschlag

Paying For It
By Harold Shultz

New York City Housing DevelopmenT Suffers the Effects of the Credit Crisis
A Panel Discussion




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2007: TRANSPORTATION

At the Top of Manhattan's Housing Market
A Panel Discussion

Pursuit of the Optimum: Ensuring the Future of New Yorkís Subway System
By Jeffrey M. Zupan

A Prescription for Getting
the MTA on the Right Fiscal
Track
By Selma Mustovic & Charles Brecher

Crosstown Fabric: Building a Link Between Grand Central Terminal and Pennsylvania Station
By John V.N. Philip

An Artist-Engineer's
Treasure Hidden in Plain View
By Judith Wolin







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