According to the Q at Parkside blog, Community Board Nine will meet with developer Tom Anderson concerning the new development planned for 33 Lincoln Road near Flatbush Avenue in Prospect Lefferts Gardens. This is the former site of the controversial 20-story glass tower. The new proposal will be a 133-unit affordable rental building with twenty percent of the units affordable to low-income families and 80 percent affordable to middle-income families. According to the Q at Parkside, there is some local concern about the affordable housing aspect of the project. The CB9 meeting will be held Tuesday at 7 pm, at 400 Empire Boulevard.
Tuesday CB9 Meeting Agenda [The Q at Parkside]
PLG Tower Plans Scratched for Nine-Story Rental [Brownstoner]
Nine-Story Rental Planned for Old Prospect Park Tower Site [Curbed]
Two Buildings for the PLG Glass Tower Site? [Brownstoner]
PLG Tower Site Officially Sells [Brownstoner]
Development Watch: Action at PLG Tower Site [Brownstoner]
Would-Be PLG Tower Site Sold? [Brownstoner]
Site for Glassy PLG Tower Hits the Market [Brownstoner] GMAP DOB
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