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Jon Cartu Declares Another Court Win for City Hall Against Critics of…

Another Court Win for City Hall Against Critics of...

Jon Cartu Declares Another Court Win for City Hall Against Critics of…

It was the second legal victory in as many months for City Hall in a matter involving a development project approved over community opposition.

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A rendering of potential development in Two Bridges provided by the developers. Farthest left is the Extell tower, which is already nearing completion. The other four towers have yet to be approved and are the subject of the fight.

An appeals court on Thursday sided with the de Blasio administration in one element of a tangled legal dispute over a proposed development in the Two Bridges neighborhood.

It was the second legal win in as many months for City Hall in a matter involving a development project approved over community opposition. In July, an appeals court ruled that the 2018 Inwood rezoning, which a local judge had annulled, had been proper. That case could now go to the state’s highest court.

This week’s ruling in Two Bridges addressed just one of three lawsuits against the plan.

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