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  • Greenmarket Director Michael Hurwitz said that the Parks Department has told him that it wants the McCarren market on Union Avenue indefinitely, but the notion of demapping the street and turning it into parkland has him concerned.

    NY Post: News

  • By that point, Mr. Olin said, the design already called for demapping a one-block length of Pacific Street and melting the two adjoining blocks together into a “superblock” — the type of mid-20th-century urban planning widely used in housing projects, but since discredited by Jane Jacobs and a whole school of so-called urbanists.

    This Guy Wants You to Love Atlantic Yards

  • We're going to have all this huge explosion of knowledge when we finish demapping the human genome.

    Remarks By President At Dnc Reception Georgetown Dc

  • For the Chicago Transit Authority to respond to Mayor Daley's physically and financially costly damage done to the Windy City's transportation network by demapping a key downtown Chicago 'L' station as if to pretend it never existed is shameful.

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  • While an intricate parkland demapping process involving the Abe Stark ice skating rink has yet to be approved by the New York State Legislature, the city is going ahead with its search for an interim park operator to come into Coney Island next summer.

    NY Post: News

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