CB 2 Land Use Looks at Supportive Housing Project in Clinton Hill

February 13, 2012 Brooklyn Eagle Staff
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DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN — A new supportive affordable housing project being constructed at 40 Putnam Ave. in Clinton Hill will be discussed by the Land Use Committee of Community Board (CB) 2 at its meeting Wednesday, Feb. 15, in Room LC400 of NYU-Poly’s Dibner Building.

Developer Martin Dunn, president of Dunn Development, will provide a briefing on the 58-unit building that is being constructed “as-of-right” and requires no action by the committee.

A Petition for Revocable Consent to construct, maintain and use stoops, stairs and fenced-in areas in front of 123 Fort Greene Place, between Lafayette Avenue and Ashland Place, will be reviewed. According to drawings and documents submitted, the stoops, stairs and fenced areas encroach 7 feet, 6 inches into the public right-of-way.

 The committee will also review Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) applications for 135 Atlantic Ave. and 48 Henry St. in Brooklyn Heights and 151 Lafayette Ave. in Fort Greene.

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The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. The Dibner Building is at 5 MetroTech Center.

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