On Our Radar: Brooklyn Bridge Park, Housing?

BBP Signage at Atlantic Avenue

As per the New York Post, a consultant has been hired to evaluate alternatives to luxury housing as the primary source of funds for the park’s on-going operating and maintenance costs.  Soon to be held public hearings will be part of the process.  The absence of the planned high-rise towers to the south of the One Brooklyn Bridge Park condo conversion project would make it easier for the developer to move those particular units and retain the nice open feel at the Atlantic Avenue entrance.

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