Good news for those Clinton Hill residents who have grown tired of the temporary plywood construction fence that’s been up in front of Adrian Grenier‘s house for many months now. Turns out that LPC didn’t exactly fast-track approval of the iron fence design. All systems are go now, though, so look for some action before the holidays. In the meantime, keep your fingers crossed that the mirror-image house next door can be brought back from the dead.
Grenier Really Is Going Green [Brownstoner]
Grenier Goes Green [Brownstoner]
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