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1125 Whitlock Ave Bronx, NY 10459

Overlooking the Sheridan Expressway and the Bronx River, this development will bring 474 fully affordable apartments to the Foxhurst section of the Bronx, spread out over two 14-story buildings. The project is being developed by the Ader Group and will also include community facilities, retail, and parking.

443 E 162nd St Bronx, NY 10451

The centerpiece of this highly-anticipated mixed-used development is the Bronx Music Hall, a 14,000-square-foot cultural and educational center with a performance space that seats 300. Bronx Commons will also have 305 affordable apartments; a green roof and a landscaped public plaza with an amphitheater; and 22,000 square feet of retail. The project is being co-developed by WHEDco and BFC Partners; WXY Architecture + Urban Design is designing the music hall and Danois Architects, PC is designing the rest of the project. Construction is expected to wrap in 2019.

294 E 162nd St Bronx, NY 10451

This Dattner Architects-designed building will bring 126 affordable apartments to Melrose, of which 37 apartments will be set aside for formerly homeless families. The project is being developed by L+M development in partnership with B+B Urban and Services for the Underserved. The building will also have a dedicated space for supportive services for mental health and substance abuse issues, a community room, and laundry facilities. Construction is expected to conclude later this year.

558 Grand Concourse Bronx, NY 10451

Developer Youngwoo Associates purchased this building from the Post Office in 2014 for $19 million and is now transforming it into offices, retail, and restaurants. The building features a collection of 13 murals created by Ben Shahn and Bernarda Bryson Shahn in the 1930s, and all of them will be restored within the new space. The transformation of this landmarked building was originally set to debut in spring 2017, but it has been pushed back indefinitely since. A new, albeit smaller, post office will open within the revamped building.

1221 Spofford Ave Bronx, NY 10474

In March, the New York City Council voted to approve the redevelopment of the former Spofford Juvenile Detention Center into a massive mixed-use complex with 740, 40 percent of which will be permanently affordable, while the rest will remain affordable for 60 years. This Hunts Point megadevelopment will also have offices, retail, community facilities, and public open space. It’s being co-developed by Gilbane Development Company, Hudson Companies, and Mutual Housing Association of New York and designed by WXY architecture + urban design and Body Lawson Associates. The project will be completed in three phases by 2024, with first phase wrapping in 2021.

By Brandon Katz

HBO is set to take on Netflix. Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for HBO

HBO, the leader in premium programming over the last 20 years and the reason you and your partner have something to talk about on Sunday nights, finds itself at a precarious position in the television arms race . With the 2018 Discount Free Shipping Latest Collections buttondown blouse White Rochas Discount 2018 Newest Outlet Newest 0UkFLCoGP
(and large over-the-top streaming services in general), HBO’s dominant stranglehold on the industry is threatened.

The deep-pocketed streamer is waging a war for its audience. Yet at the same time, HBO has managed to maintain its subscriber base during Netflix’s rapid ascension over the last five years thanks to the growing international popularity of Game of Thrones and its steady stable of complimentary hits. It isn’t in any imminent danger, but like all entertainment entities, it is on pace to be surpassed by Netflix .

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What is a premium cable channel to do?

Back in April, before ATT’s acquisition of Time Warner (which owns HBO) was approved, HBO president of programming Casey Bloys gave the impression that the network wasn’t necessarily trying to compete with Netflix. Following the streamer’s massive deals for Shonda Rhimes and Ryan Murphy , Bloys said those kinds of moves “don’t make sense for us because we’re not in the volume business.” While he admitted that Netflix’s rise has forced entertainment outlets to “adjust to the marketplace,” there was no indication that HBO was going to radically change its modus operandi.

But according to remarks obtained by The New York Times made by WarnerMedia head John Stankey at a June 19 employee town hall, that’s no longer the case.

Stankey warned employees that HBO faces a “tough year” as it works to “alter and change direction a bit.” He wants to see the premium cable network “get bigger and broader” in order to lock horns with Netflix. But why would HBO, which still holds a narrow edge over Netflix in worldwide subscribers, want to poke the bear?

Facing the Realities of the Modern Marketplace

“It really isn’t about broadcast or mass audience ‘reach’ in today’s market to be competitive. It’s all about audience engagement,” Jim Fosina, CEO of Fosina Marketing Group , told Observer. “HBO needs to look at its programming schedule and content and understand clearly whether this programming is truly engaging the audience, keeping them engaged throughout the vast majority of its content. Regardless of the size of the content provider—Hulu, Netflix, ATT, etc.—the real measure of winners and losers in this game will be those that can fill each hour of programming with the richest and most engaging viewer content.”

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