The sun appears to be setting on the current iteration of Continuum’s proposed Crown Heights development.

On Monday, Eric Adams, Brooklyn Borough President and likely the city’s next mayor, officially recommended against pursuing the project in its current form. His decision comes after months of outcry from residents and the neighboring Brooklyn Botanic Garden, who say the project’s 39-story towers would block sunlight from reaching the garden’s rare flowers.

Eric Adams, Continuum’s Crown Heights towers and Bruce Eichner (Getty, Continuum) The sun appears to be setting on the current iteration of Continuum’s proposed Crown Heights development.

On Monday, Eric Adams, Brooklyn Borough President and likely the city’s next mayor, officially recommended against pursuing the project in its current form. […]

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