The Brooklyn Heights Association has responded to the Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation’s announcement that it has selected a developer for the proposed high rise residential buildings on the Pier Six uplands. The BHA is “troubled” by the announcement, noting that:
Moving forward on the award of this contract with so many open questions and in the midst of public hearings on the very same subject, makes it clear that the BBPC has every intention to build in violation of prior commitments and without consideration of the impact of its decisions on our community.
The BHA points to several concerns, including school overcrowding, auto and pedestrian traffic, and says BBPC’s
[a]bandonment of the fundamental public agreement behind the Park—to limit development to only what is necessary to support it financially—leaves the community’s faith in fair process in tatters