Sad collection of overdevelopment stories from IMBY:
Considered the poster child for everything that went wrong with the recent South Brooklyn building boom and the frightening motivation for the record setting, fast tracked, Community Board 7 down zoning of the South Slope, this 9 story monster building was permitted with the understanding that it would be used as a yeshiva faculty dormitory with a child care center on the ground floor. That never materialized. Instead the building's apartments were rented to Methodist Hospital interns. As for the ground floor space designated for the community facility daycare center, that ended up being divided into additional apartments in violation of the original C of O.
266 22nd Street Violation History (Hubris on 20th Street)