Boymelgreen will be evicted from Pacific Street headquarters owned by Weinstein, but what's next for property?
Boymelgreen operated his headquarters in Weinstein's building at 752 Pacific Street and had subleased that property--without Weinstein's consent--to Forest City Ratner, allowing the developer to claim that it controlled more of the Atlantic Yards footprint than it actually did.
Weinstein got the court to nullify the sublease. Then Weinstein tried to get Boymelgreen evicted. In October, before representatives of the sheriff's office could pursue eviction, Boymelgreen's tenants--or perhaps the developer himself--threw a wrench into those plans by trying to push him into bankruptcy. .
Last month, however, a bankruptcy judge ruled that the eviction should proceed, Crain's said.
The bigger question for Weinstein, however, is whether he can stop or stall the Empire State Development Corporation, which seeks to take title to the property in three weeks by eminent domain. He's said he'll fight "tooth and nail," and other condemnees also will resist, though the legal latitude is generally narrow in such cases.