2 More Apartment Towers Proposed For Brooklyn's Atlantic Avenue

Plans for two Atlantic Avenue apartment towers that started the city’s review process on Monday will likely be the latest fuel in an ongoing debate about the future of North Crown Heights.

The City Planning Commission certified two separate applications on Monday for 17-story buildings just blocks from one another on the corridor, kicking off the proposals’ journeys through the city review process known as ULURP.

But the certification came with predictions of what is likely a rocky road ahead given that — similar to several other developments nearby — the proposals differ from a plan Community Board 8 has for the area, known as M-CROWN.

Two developments that started the review process Monday are likely to fuel an ongoing debate about the future of North Crown Heights.

Two developments that started the review process Monday are likely to fuel an ongoing debate about the future of North Crown Heights. (City Planning Commission Presentation.) CROWN […]

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