This represents an existential threat to the garden, says Ethan Lustig-Elgrably, Director of Government and Community Affairs at Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Image: Rendering of 960 Franklin Avenue Development from viewpoint of Brooklyn Botanic Garden/Source: Municipal Art Society From Brooklyneagle.com
By Emily Nadal
The 960 Franklin Avenue development proposal only made it past the first step of the citys uniform land use review process (ULURP) before it tried to change course. Heeding […]
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