New York City's economy is slowing and construction costs remain extraordinarily high, but the Bloomberg administration is still planning a number of ambitious development projects.Will New York be able to maintain its fast pace of residential and commercial development? How are neighborhoods responding to zoning changes? What are developers doing about increased costs, tightened credit, and flattening property values?On Wednesday, April 30, the Center for New York City Affairs presents Greg David, editor of Crain's New York Business, who will moderate a discussion on these issues.Panelists include Robert Lieber, deputy mayor for Economic Development and Rebuilding of the City of New York; William Thompson, comptroller of the City of New York; Gregory Heym, executive vice president and chief economist at Terra Holdings, LLC; Brad Lander, director of the Pratt Center for Community Development; Rafael Salaberrios, president of the Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation; and Julia Vitullo-Martin, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and director of the Center for Rethinking Development - The New Schoolmoreless
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