St. Mary's found they no longer needed their parking lot across the street after the diocese closed their school and demolished their convent, which was probably the oldest documented building in Woodside. The former parking lot was sold to a developer for $1,810,000 last August.
Observe workers on the scaffolding of these 3-family houses on a Saturday. A search of DOB's site found no special permit for weekend work. There will be six 3-family pieces of crap across the street from the church now. Not that you'd know since the online permit only shows the plan for one house.