What went up must come down, city officials have decided in the case of a wall that became the subject of a bitter battle between Brooklyn neighbors.
Matthew and Jean Gershon had complained their windows were rendered useless when the family next door erected a 60-foot-high cinder-block wall inches from their Bay Ridge home in April.
"We used to have beautiful sunlight coming through our windows, but this guy cemented our windows shut," Matthew Gershon said. "The wall needs to come down."
The Department of Buildings agreed. The agency issued two violations against next-door neighbors Robert and Cheryl Cunningham, who own 123 87th St., after inspectors ruled the wall did not comply with zoning regulations.
Sources said the Cunninghams have until July 2 to take down the wall or they could face criminal charges.
Brooklyn wall must come down