Next LPC Meeting on Massive Gansevoort Development This Tuesday, June 7th, 9:30 AM


The Landmarks Preservation Commission will hold its next public meeting on the proposed massive Gansevoort development this coming Tuesday, June 7th:

TUESDAY, JUNE 7TH, 9:30AM (arrive by 9:15 to allow time to pass through security; this item is first on the agenda so there will be no wait!)
1 CENTRE STREET, 9th Floor (at Chambers Street).  Entrance is at the south end of the building.

The Commissioners will question the developer about his revised proposal, and then either vote to accept the proposal or send it  back for further revisions. We strongly believe this proposal fails to meet the guidelines established by the commissioners at the previous public meeting on the Gansevoort application, and that the commissioners should insist it be further revised to significantly lower the heights of the proposed new buildings at 60-68 and 70-74 Gansevoort Street.

The public will be able to attend (but not speak at) this meeting. WE NEED A GOOD TURNOUT TO REMIND THE COMMISSIONERS HOW STRONGLY THE COMMUNITY OPPOSES THIS MASSIVE DEVELOPMENT. We will have stickers and signs so that the commissioners know that we want this project radically revised.

Whether or not you can attend the meeting, please send an email to LPC right now telling them why you oppose this project!

The facebook event is here.

See you at the meeting!

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