Looks like the House of D on Atlantic Avenue is one step closer to re-opening. The Brooklyn Paper reports:
The Brooklyn Paper: City Says go Directly to Jail: The return of an 11-story jail on gentrifying Atlantic Avenue — across the street from a new boutique hotel, new homes and a booming Smith Street — moved ahead last Thursday when the Department of Design and Construction inked a $32.5-million deal to hire Manhattan architecture firm Ricci Greene Associates to transform the prison into a 1,469-inmate facility with ground-floor shopping.
Foes said they would fight the project — in the public review process (if there is one) and in court (if there is not)… A time-consuming public review or lawsuit could entangle the lame-duck administration until a new mayor takes the helm in 2010, which might kill the jail expansion plan.
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