This afternoon, Community Board 6 released the agenda for its upcoming Landmarks/Land Use Committee meeting this Thursday, 1/22 at 6pm. On the docket are three items all within the Cobble Hill vicinity. First is a variance to get ground floor retail in to the coming development that will overtake the current Shell gas station, and second is a proposal for a new construction to replace the now defunct parking lot at the corner of Congress and Amity Street. If you have thoughts about either one, this is the place to come and speak up to ensure your concerns are fully heard. For more info, contact the CHA directly at email@example.com.
- Discussion and formulation of a recommendation on an application submitted to the Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA Cal. No. 258-14-BZ) on behalf of Henry Atlantic Partners LLC for a variance of Section 22-10 of the Zoning Resolution to permit the construction of a 4-story mixed use building with commercial use on the first floor in an R6 zoning district at 112 Atlantic Avenue (Block 285, Lot 6), southeast corner Atlantic Ave/Henry Street, pursuant to Section 72-21 of the Zoning Resolution.
- Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a new 2-story (30-feet tall) commercial building to be erected at 178 Court Street (northwest corner Court/Congress Streets), Cobble Hill Historic District.
- Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a new 2-story rear yard extension with deck at 310 Clinton Street (between Baltic/Kane Streets), Cobble Hill Historic District
- 6pm – COBBLE HILL HEALTH CENTER – 380 HENRY STREET
(BETWEEN CONGRESS/WARREN STREETS)