Bruce Ratner

Chris Christie (credit: JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images), Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov (credit: EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)

Gov. Christie To Brooklyn-Bound Nets: ‘Good Riddance!’

“My message to them is, goodbye,” Christie said. “You don’t want to stay, we don’t want you.”


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Nets’ 35-Year Run In NJ Will End Monday

The New Jersey chapter will end for all practical purposes Monday night against the Philadelphia 76ers. It will be the Nets’ final home game before a move next season to Brooklyn and the new Barclays Center.


A view from inside the Barclays Center. (credit: Al Jones, 1010 WINS)

Barclays Center Taking Shape As 1010 WINS Gets Tour Inside

With office and apartment buildings on his resume, the project is something different for Developer Bruce Ratner.


The Barclays Center at Atlantic Yards is under construction from Chopper 880 - Brooklyn, NY - May 25, 2011 (credit: Tom Kaminski / WCBS 880)

Brooklyn Islanders? Nets’ Bruce Ratner Thinks It’s A Possibility

If the Islanders can’t stay in Nassau County, where will they go? Barclays Center developer and Nets minority owner Bruce Ratner hopes they’ll continue to skate right here in New York. Specifically, Brooklyn.


A flyer about free garbage cans is seen near the Atlantic Yards project - Brooklyn, NY - Aug 12, 2011 (credit: Alex Silverman / WCBS 880)

Brooklyn Residents Cry Foul Over Rats At Atlantic Yards

The Forest City Ratner company has decided to give out hundreds of rat-proof trash cans to a small part of the neighborhood in an effort to combat the problem.


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Court Says More Environmental Review Needed For Atlantic Yards Project

A judge ruled Wednesday that the Empire State Development Corp. erred in granting approval to developer Bruce Ratner’s basketball arena and housing project by not first conducting a thorough environmental review.


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Atlantic Yards Neighbors Say Rats Are Invading The Area

Neighbors of developer Bruce Ratner’s Atlantic Yards construction site said cat-sized rodents are invading the streets.


Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov, second left, is seen during a New Jersey Nets training session before a basketball show in Moscow, Russia, on Sunday, Oct. 10, 2010. Mikhail Prokhorov bought the basketball team New Jersey Nets earlier in the year. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev)

New-Look Nets Can’t Be Any Worse Than Last Season

The New Jersey Nets are not going to be as bad as last season. It’s just impossible. No way they lose their first 18 games, or win just 12 overall.