Far West Village Overdevelopment Meeting April 6
GVSHP is co-sponsoring a community meeting this Monday, April 6 at 6:30 P.M. regarding the need to rezone a section of the Far West Village facing the threat of totally inappropriate overdevelopment. That meeting will be held at the State Office Building at 75 Morton Street (at Greenwich Street).
It’s critical that you attend this meeting, to show the strong community support for a rezoning. GVSHP and community groups have been pushing for a zoning change in this area for over a year, since plans first emerged for a nearly 100 ft. tall hotel at Perry and Washington Streets. After months of stonewalling we are finally beginning to see movement, but we need you to turn out so we can let the City, the Community Board, and our elected officials now how much we need this rezoning. The current zoning for a section of the Far West Village not only allows oversized development, it actually offers a very large bonus for hotel, dorm, or office development, which is inappropriate for this neighborhood. See the flyer.
How To Help:
Come to the Community Meeting on Far West Village Overdevelopment on Monday, April 6 at 6:30 P.M. at 75 Morton Street (at Greenwich Street) and tell your friends and neighbors!