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Brighton by the Sea ok'd by Planning Commission.

Many revisions and a lot of expense later, the New York City Planning Commission voted 10 to 2 in favor of The Alexander Muss Company's Brighton by the Sea.

The project, which was originally proposed in 1988, will rise in place of the Brighton Beach Baths, which have been there for 80 years.

Having. lost one building since its last version, the project will now contain four residential towers with a maximum height of 28 stories and four rows of townhouses, with 40,000 square feet of professional space, along the periphery of the project. In all, the project will have 1,500 apartment units and 140 will be for low-income residents. The plan formerly contained 1,600 market-rate units.

The City Council now has 50-days to approve or reject the project.
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Title Annotation:development project proposed by Alexander Muss and Sons Co.; New York City Planning Commission
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jul 29, 1992
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