In the News: Criminal Summons Court Still Unresolved

346 Broadway lobby••• A New York Times article about how commercial buildings are being converted to residential—you think?—says that 346 Broadway (a.k.a. 108 Leonard) will definitely not have a hotel component. Also of note: “The summons arraignment court poses one potential roadblock for the development, because it is unclear where it will move. Angered by the fact that the city planned to move the court to a leased location on Thomas Street in Tribeca, some neighbors sued, and in a settlement in December, the city agreed to hold off on moving the court there. According to a spokeswoman with the Department of Citywide Administrative Services, the court’s lease with Peebles at 346 Broadway runs through October 2015.”

••• “Two Vacant Seats on BPCA’s Governing Panel Spark Renewed Calls for Greater Community Representation.” —Broadsheet

••• “Sergeant Phuchon Srisuro of the B.P.C. Parks Enforcement Patrol told Community Board 1 members on July 1 that there were two reports of unmanned drones flying near Rockefeller Park last month.” —Downtown Express

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