Controversial plans for a 23-story tower to rise next to the Brooklyn Music School in Fort Greene were met with little resistance at a public hearing hosted by the Department of City Planning yesterday afternoon.

The hearing is part of the city’s public review process, otherwise known as ULURP.

The music school, one of the most important art institutions in the borough for over a century, will be creating a 20,000-square-foot addition to their already existing home as part of the proposed development at 130 St. Felix Street, currently a parking lot being used by the Brooklyn Academy of Music next door.

Rendering by FXCollaborative via NY Landmarks Commission Controversial plans for a 23-story tower to rise next to the Brooklyn Music School in Fort Greene were met with little resistance at a public hearing hosted by the Department of City Planning yesterday afternoon.

The hearing is part of the city’s public […]

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