City Council votes to pass controversial Bedford-Union Armory project

The New York City Council has given its seal of approval to the controversial Bedford-Union Armory plan in Crown Heights. After years of often contentious debate, the council voted to approve the project—which will bring 400 apartments and a recreation center to Crown Heights—during its Thursday afternoon session by a vote of 43 to 2, with one abstention. Local Council member Laurie Cumbo had originally opposed the project from developer BFC Partners but came out […]


Source: Real Estate

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