In case you didn’t hear:
On Tuesday, the NY State Appellate Court rejected Vornado and the City of New York’s motion to stay the proceedings in State Supreme Court and denied their interim challenge to have the matters of laches and standing reheard (and possibly reversed) at the appellate level.
This decision is expected have far-reaching positive consequences for the cause of historic preservation in NY State (and may even establish a precedent nationally).
Congratulations to our attorneys Michael Gruen and Albert Butzel!
For More Information:
Manny Hanny & SEQR Together Again [The Architect's Newspaper ]
Attempt to Block Landmarks Remodeling May Go Forward [NY Law Journal] (.pdf)