Subject: Save the Date: What's Next with Atlantic YardsIf you only go to one meeting about Atlantic Yards, this should be it. We're rapidly approaching the end game on what happens in our neighborhood and, quite directly, to our quality of life. What was once a very bad project is now a much, much worse project with no benefits for anyone but a very wealthy developer. In short: the old Atlantic Yards plan is no more, and it's not clear what will happen next. However: there are alternatives for development over the railyards, NOT including an arena, that would ultimately be much more valuable for everyone in the community, and bring affordable housing and jobs for real, not in Ratner-speak. Learn about how we can make that happen. DDDB Community Meeting: Status Report, Planning, Q&A and Discussion June 9. 7pm. Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church 85 South Oxford Street [Map] Fort Greene With: Councilmember Letitia James DDDB Board Member and Pratt Professor Ron Shiffman DDDB Co-founder Daniel Goldstein and invited guests
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Save the Date: What's Next with Atlantic Yards
In today's paper- Gehry is out."...you can choose the rain....but I choose the sun..." - N. Costa
Three years later:
Meeting on First Residential Building at Atlantic Yards
Posted on November 26, 2012
The EMPIRE STATE DEVELOPMENT in conjunction with BROOKLYN COMMUNITY BOARDS 2, 6 & 8 invite you to an informational meeting on the design of “B2″, the first residential building at Atlantic Yards, which will be 50% affordable. Representatives of the developer will make a presentation and answer questions.
Thursday, November 29, 2012
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Brooklyn Borough Hall – Courtroom
209 Joralemon St., Brooklyn
For more information contact Arana Hankin, Director, Atlantic Yards Project at [email protected].
Please note: This meeting will present the design for the new building, no applications will be taken for the affordable housing.The change on Nostrand will make the one on Franklin look minor
The change on Nostrand will make the one on Franklin look minor