Monday, August 16, 2010

Sushi at Seville

From the Times Ledger:

The owner of the former Seville Diner’s property can continue renovating the Northern Boulevard building for a sushi buffet restaurant now that the city Board of Standards and Appeals has approved a variance for the site last week, said Susan Seinfeld, Community Board 11’s district manager.

In March, CB 11 voted 32-10 in favor of a 15-year variance for the Douglaston property, but only on the condition that flooding in the lot’s southwest corner should be remediated, the area in front of the building should be landscaped, a dumpster should be placed at the rear of the property and that the new restaurant’s closing time should be 1 a.m.

It was unclear whether the BSA held the property’s owner to those same standards when it approved a variance for the site last week.

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