(Un)Civil War Continues at Seward Park
When the Seward Park co-op board announced a plan to convert the Lower East Side property’s 388-space garage and parking deck from park-and-lock to valet service – a move designed to shorten the waiting list for spaces while generating $200,000 in annual revenue – a group of vocal shareholders rose up to oppose the plan. Read the article………..
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