From the Daily News:
A Brooklyn-based developer hopes to build high-rise apartments on the Bushwick site that was once home to one of the city’s great blue-collar breweries.
But when Read Property presented its plans for the gleaming complex this week, the local community board questioned whether the proposal set aside sufficient space for working families.
The 10 buildings would rise up to eight stories and include 977 rental apartments and ground floor retail space.
Community Board 4 delayed its decision on whether to give the plans the thumbs-up, putting it off until the developer provides more information about the project’s affordable housing component, its impact on local schools and its inclusion of adequate parking.