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Downtown Brooklyn Developer Wants City Park's Air Rights For 49-Story Tower

A Manhattan developer is angling to purchase a small, city-owned park in Downtown Brooklyn and apply that park's air rights to a proposed 49-story mixed-use tower. The equity firm Savanna purchased 141 Willoughby Street in 2014 for $28 million, and the park adjacent to that address could allow for an additional 19 stories on the project if the city votes to up-zone?a move locals and council members caution could set a dangerous president.
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