Landlord Can't Add Underground Parking or Replace Courtyard

LVT Number: #24616

Landlord asked the DHCR for permission to modify required services by building an underground parking facility four feet below the building complex courtyard, with 105 parking spaces that would be available for monthly rental. Under landlord's plan, vehicle entry and exit from the parking facility would take up 10 percent of the existing courtyard space. Some 100-year-old trees would have to be removed but would be replaced with new trees. The new courtyard would have more green space, and landlord would add new benches, walkways, and plants.

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