|From the Real Deal|
The original plan aimed to waive required parking, about 25 spaces, for a 53-unit, six-story rental building.
But the community board resisted, concerned that residents would compete for the already limited amount of parking.
(There's an argument for residential permit parking, since arena-goers try to get the free parking.)
Now a new plan is in place, PRD Realty President Martin Domansky told the Real Deal, and the building could break ground by the end of the year.
Now the building would have 58 units and more than 100 parking spaces below ground, which is clearly a play for arena patrons.
As I wrote last October, a real estate agent's ad then touted 9875 square feet of retail and 60 residential units.