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    Seems that cantilever kind of assures the continuing existence of the cruddy tax payers on Delancey.

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    I'm surprised zoning allows that one.

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    Demolition of the existing structure is nearly complete

    http://www.boweryboogie.com/2013/10/...orfolk-street/

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    Quote Originally Posted by lofter1 View Post
    Seems that cantilever kind of assures the continuing existence of the cruddy tax payers on Delancey.
    What happens if it does get redeveloped? Not least to views from all those windows in 100 Norfolk? Would there be (winnable) legal fights?

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    I'd assume that the low rise building owner sold off the air rights to the new cantilever, and can't go any higher along Delancey. About all that would be allowed is a reclad.

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