The Brooklyn Paper reported this week that the hotel and condos planned as part of Brooklyn Bridge Park have been put on hold indefinetly. And while that’s good news for folks who wanted an actual PARK, no one seems to have a straight answer on what’s going to happen next.
The New York Post reports on the story today:
Judi Francis, who heads a grass-roots group fighting to keep housing off the parkland, was heartened by the news.
“We knew that once people begin to use this park, there would be bloodshed to take it back for housing,” she said.