Brooklyn Botanic Garden fears being left in the shade by proposed condo towers

Shade might be good for wallflowers, but most plants need light. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is opposing zoning changes that would allow Bruce Eichner’s Continuum Company and Joel Bergstein’s Lincoln Equities to build two residential towers at 960 Franklin Street in Crown Heights, according to the Wall Street Journal. The organization says the towers would cast shade on specific parts of the garden for three hours a day, disrupting the workings of 21 greenhouses, nurseries […]

source https://therealdeal.com/2019/03/16/brooklyn-botanic-garden-fears-being-left-in-the-shade-by-proposed-condo-towers/

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