The controversial underground parking garage at the Riverside Apartments was given the green light from the Landmark Preservation Commission today according to Brownstoner. The Pinnacle Group’s original proposal was shot down earlier this year. The new proposal decreases the number of parking spaces to under 100 and does not include the original’s plan to place one story of parking above ground leaving current landscaping intact.
Report: Riverside Garage Given LPC A-OK
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