The rezoning of Bond Street is happening quicker than anticipated. Many of us in the neighborhood are concerned about the enviromental issues involved in the Toll Brothers Condo Complex. Just to name a few.We are concerned about our health (the site is located on a brownfield),the canal's fragile ecosystem, the fact that the condos are being built in a flood zone with a major sewage problem, the fact that they intend on building before a new flushing tunnel is installed, there is A LOT to be concerned about. This meeting on Monday has some good people attending (see below)I urge anyone who is concerned about this project to attend.
It’s coming and it’s big.577 new apartments on the Gowanus.The Toll Brothers have unveiled their plan for a 605,380 square foot project between Bond and the Gowanus, Carroll and Second Streets.What does it mean for our neighborhood?
Come hear Craig Hammerman (District Manager Community Board 6),
Phil dePaolo(Community Organizer), Tony Avella (City Council member) address our concerned response the Toll Brothers development.
Help plan for the upcoming Public Scoping Meeting at City Planning on 13 March.
Monday, 3 March
Mary Star of the Sea
41 First Street (between Hoyt and Bond)