We’ve already sort of resigned ourselves to the condos that are going in on top of Junior’s in Downtown Brooklyn, but, via Eater, some potential insult to injury: this development might end up way more massive than originally anticipated.
Reportedly, neighboring JP Morgan Chase is mulling the possibility of selling its air rights (i.e. their legal portion of the sky above their building) to developers as well, which would make the project a 50-story behemoth and the second tallest building in Brooklyn. Seems pretty win-win for Chase, though the deal hasn’t been made official. After all, who wouldn’t want cheesecake and a bank in the lobby of their apartment building?
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