Plans to develop 'Iron Triangle' near Mets' stadium on track despite economic downturn

The red brick arches on the facade of the New York Mets' new stadium rise stories above a pristine plaza of plants, bushes and walkways, encasing the baseball team's $850 million playground. Yards away, just across the street, sits the “Iron Triangle,” a decades-old eyesore made up of auto-repair shops and junkyards.