From Gothamist: The City Planning Commission’s December 2018 approvals of four mostly-luxury towers in Two Bridges have been struck down by a state Supreme Court judge in two separate rulings this week. The rulings were hailed as a victory by various community groups, which have been fighting the proposal for years.
“They’ve hit a roadblock, and it’s a pretty high one,” Tenants United Fighting for the Lower East Side board member, Trever Holland, told Gothamist. “It’s a great victory, and I’m happy [and] surprised. But we still have some work to do if we’re really going to protect this neighborhood.” [Continue at Gothamist]