Sunday, May 10, 2009

Slope's a-sinking

From the NY Post:

A group of Park Slope building owners is claiming that the developer of a new building on their block is putting a little too much "slope" into the neighborhood.

The owners of seven buildings near the intersection of Eighth Avenue and 15th Street in Brooklyn have been embroiled in a three-year legal battle with developers Jack and Lorenzo LoCicero over the five-story residential project they claim has created sinkholes, cracks and structural problems.

State Supreme Court Justice Laura Jacobsen yesterday demanded that Jack LoCicero promise not to sell the newly completed building, known as Armory Plaza -- a move the plaintiffs fear would prevent them from collecting money if they win.

Photo from Curbed


Anonymous said...

Wow. The photos couldn't be less mismatched.

Anonymous said...

Building on your Head party denounces this blatant attempt to stop the leaning tower of New York from being built.

The Leaning Tower of Pisa generates millions of dollars in tourism for an otherwise unknown Italian town.

Building on Your Head Stands for Tourism!