Manhattan condo board attempting to force 9/11 museum to move entrance loses first round in court

A luxury condominium trying to force the 9/11 Tribute Center to move the entrance of its new museum to a side door lost its first round in court Monday.  Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Lucy Billings said construction can continue for now on the new museum, which will occupy the cellar, first and second floors of the 37 story building at 88 Greenwich Street — but she warned the museum operators that they were “proceeding at their own risk.”    Read the article…………….


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