Locals fear homeless shelter king will gentrify East New York – Robert Khodadadian

A proposal by controversial developer David Levitan has residents of an East New York housing complex concerned. Levitan is planning two 14-story buildings to replace the two-story brick buildings of Arlington Village, City Limits reported. The property owner presented a plan for the modern, glass buildings to the community board in the fall and is planning to seek new zoning to build it. East New York is one of the poorest neighborhoods in the city,

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