Chuck Schumer is holding a press conference this afternoon to announce that an agreement has been reached to transfer Admirals Row from the federal government to the city. According to the senator’s announcement, the project will definitely involve the preservation of two of the property’s buildings, Building B and the Timber Shed (whether these two were going to be saved had been in question). The development will also involve the construction of a supermarket and industrial space.
City Has Yet to Acquire Admirals Row [Brownstoner]
Wheels in Motion for Admirals Row Redevelopment [Brownstoner]
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