Bill Ringler, President of the Riverside Tenants’ Association, has advised us that the court hearing the appeal of the state Division of Housing and Community Renewal’s decision denying Pinnacle Group, landlord for the A.T. White Riverside Apartments, permission to destroy a courtyard and several mature trees that lie between the apartments and the BQE to build a parking garage, has decided to uphold the DHCR’s decision. Pinnacle, represented by Heights resident and former City Council member Ken Fisher, has filed an appeal.
Flash: Court Upholds Order Barring Riverside Garage Construction
By Claude Scales on May 15, 2011 2:05 pm in Brooklyn Heights, Development, Landmark Preservation, Legal, News
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