Amid Tense Politics, Developer Pushes De Blasio for Village Dorms

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Ken Fisher, a member of Cozen O’Connor’s Business Law Department, discusses his client’s plan to develop a former New York City elementary school into private Adelphi University dorms in Crain’s New York Business. Developer Gregg Singer purchased former Public School 64 in 1998 and the building’s fate has been “in limbo” due to deed restrictions requiring it be used as a community facility. Construction at the site has been on hold since 2015 by order of the city Department of Buildings. Ken says, “We submitted all of the required documents. We are anxious to get started. We have every reason to believe we will get started shortly.” 


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