Brooklyn's last port is clinging to a site coveted by developers

The governor, who effectively controls the authority’s New York properties, stopped short of saying what should become of the site. But it is clear that he is finally focused on a stretch of waterfront that has cost the agency hundreds of millions of dollars, yet could generate the billions needed for a host of megaprojects. “The terminal’s development is definitely in play,” said Moses Gates, director of community planning and design at the Regional Plan Association.

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