Apparently the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved plans for the new Carlton Mews project—which will involve the construction of five townhouses on Carlton between Willoughby and Dekalb—at a hearing two weeks ago, because the site has been prepped for construction. The DOB reissued new building permits the day after the LPC hearing. A sign on the construction fence estimates a completion date of December 2012. The developer previously told us the plans were “more traditional” than these renderings we picked up in 2010, but new renderings haven’t surfaced yet.
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