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  • Forest City Ratner Companies
  • Industry: Construction Services
  • City: Brooklyn, NY
  • Established in 1985, Forest City Ratner Companies has been New York City¡¯s largest developer over the last decade, and is currently the most active retail developer in the five boroughs. Since the late 1980¡¯s, FCRC has been the only developer to create major public projects for New York City at an average rate of nearly one million square feet of new construction each year. These projects have been of such scope as to require FCRC¡¯s coordination of intensive public approval processes and negotiations with City, State, and Federal authorities, as well as local community boards and private sector entities. Over