A group of nonprofits will work with a for-profit developer on the long-vacant Brooklyn site
The building will also also offer some affordable units.
The contested project has received the green light to move forward as planned.
The apartments must qualify for the city’s Extremely Low and Low-Income Affordability Program.
The plaintiffs contend the city violated the Fair Housing Act by refusing to incorporate a racial impact study into its rezoning process
Charges of racial discrimination have halted the Brooklyn development for several years.
The Rabsky Group has officially started the Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP) to rezone a two-block site at 200 Harrison Avenue.