Today, State Senator Daniel Squadron and City Councilmember Stephen Levin released a statement regarding the Save the View Now and Brooklyn Heights Association lawsuit regarding the Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 1 project. Click to Read More.read more
This is an important case. It is clear that the iconic views of the Brooklyn Bridge from the Promenade were promised to be protected by the Park planners in 2005. At some point, however, the combined Defendants decided that the view was no longer important to protect, instead it was more important to oversize the buildings so that Toll Brothers could reap additional revenue, by our estimate, of about $140 million. See Appeal!read more
The Brooklyn Heights Association (“BHA”) and Save The View Now (“STVN”) recently filed a new lawsuit against Toll Brothers and the Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation (“BBPC”) for violating the Brooklyn Heights Promenade Special Scenic View District regulation, commonly called SV-1. Please click to find answers to many of the questions we are receiving about this lawsuit.read more
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We need your help to take our issue to the next level of leadership: the Governor, the Mayor and the Brooklyn Borough President. Senator Squadron’s office has been pivotal in getting the temporary stop work order. Governor Cuomo, Mayor De Blasio and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams have the authority to investigate further and/or stop work on the entire site, review plans and enforce compliance with the agreements made with the public.