A State Supreme Court justice ordered developers to remove all construction equipment from two 16-story towers they’re looking to build in Crown Heights, after workers were discovered taking soil samples in violation of a temporary restraining order.

Activists have accused Carroll Plaza Development — the developer behind one of the residential towers located at 931 Carroll St. — of violating the restraining order by performing preliminary construction work at the site. On Jan. 9, five activists were arrested trying to block dump trucks from entering the property.

Alicia Boyd and MTOPP members after Wednesday’s hearing. A State Supreme Court justice ordered developers to remove all construction equipment from two 16-story towers they’re looking to build in Crown Heights, after workers were discovered taking soil samples in violation of a temporary restraining order.

Activists have accused Carroll Plaza […]

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