As I commented, that the article text does not fully reflect the audio, since the audio report references Atlantic Yards.
Perhaps because of the constraints involved in the format, the lead-in to the Atlantic Yards segment can mislead:
"Bloomberg has rezoned 40% of the city's land mass... But increasing density has led to repeated clashes with residents of the neighborhoods being rezoned. One famous example: the Atlantic Yards project in Brooklyn, home of the new Barclays Center arena."
Schuerman in 2010 reported on Bruce Ratner's evasiveness, in which the Atlantic Yards developer claimed that the ten-year timeline was "never" supposed to be the official timetable, even though all the project benefits were premised on that timeline.