Suzanne Blier



November, 2020

Recent Activity

Commented on Broadway Park 10 months, 1 week ago
I live nearby
Commented on Broadway Park 10 months, 1 week ago
Why are ABC folks (Eugenia, Carolyn) in here pushing back against local residents responding to this "open" questionnaire. They don't live here. It kind of invalidates the whole process as well as courbanize in its role in such outreach efforts.
Supported a comment by LENA DOBSON on Broadway Park 10 months, 1 week ago
Parking, parking, parking! Between the restaurant parking, delivery trucks and the lack of ticketing for non residential parking it is a nightmare. Everyone who lives in the area does not ride a bike and many who do own cars too. Green space, an aggressive rat abatement program and an affordable grocery store.
Supported a comment by Santos Carrasquillo on Broadway Park 10 months, 1 week ago
Santos Carrasquillo
Open access space for the community. Especially for the underprivileged and underrepresented BIPOC. Economic opportunities for the people living in poverty in between the two greatest schools in the world.
Followed Broadway Park 10 months, 1 week ago
Supported a comment by B Larkin on Broadway Park 10 months, 1 week ago
B Larkin
I agree with everyone that has said that the fifth floor should be removed. In respect to the C-1 zoning laws this project is entirely too tall. If you look at the sketch of this proposed project you will be able to see that the scale is imposing to the current homes in the immediate vicinity that are not across the street or on the opposite corner. It swallows #226 and towers over the park. On another note. Have you folks looked into the empty lot on Bishop Allen Drive immediately next to the very large underutilized parking lot on Prospect Street. The zoning laws are different in this area and would you be able to provide many more homes as well as parking for the residents without displacing anyone, unlike the Broadway proposal.