The proposal by Pinnacle Group to build a parking garage in the courtyard of Riverside Apartments is proving harder to kill than Rasputin. The last time around, the Landmarks Preservation Commission held a hearing at which Pinnacle was told that its proposal as presented was unacceptable, but that other approaches might be considered. A new proposal has been tabled, and the review process will begin anew with a hearing before Community Board 2’s Land Use Committee tomorrow at 6:00 P.M., at 6 Metrotech Center (enter from Jay Street), Room RH116.
Riverside Parking Garage Proposal Revived
By Claude Scales on June 17, 2008 4:23 pm in Brooklyn Heights, Development, Landmark Preservation, News, Real Estate
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