Oppose the Air Rights Transfer ULURP for the 3 St. Mark's Place Office Tower


  • Council Council District 37
  • Councilmember Adrienne Adams
  • Councilmember Diana Ayala
  • Councilmember Inez Barron
  • Councilmember Margaret Chin
  • Councilmember Costa Constantinides
  • Councilmember Robert Cornegy Jr.
  • Councilmember Laurie Cumbo
  • Councilmember Rubin Diaz
  • Councilmember Daniel Dromm
  • Councilmember Chaim Duetsch
  • Councilmember Mathieu Eugene
  • Councilmember Mark Gjonaj
  • Councilmember Barry Grodenchik
  • Councilmember Marian Guerra
  • Councilmember Robert Holden
  • Speaker Corey Johnson
  • Councilmember Ben Kallos
  • Councilmember Andy King
  • Councilmember Peter Koo
  • Councilmember Karen Koslowitz
  • Department of City Planning Chair Marisa Lago
  • Councilmember Rory Lancman
  • Councilmember Brad Lander
  • Councilmember Stephen Levin
  • Councilmember Mark Levine
  • Councilmember Alan Maisel
  • Councilmember Carlos Menchaca
  • Councilmember I. Daneek Miller
  • Councilmember Francisco Moya
  • Councilmember Bill Perkins
  • Councilmember Antonio Reynoso
  • Councilmember Deborah Rose
  • Councilmember Helen Rosenthal
  • Councilmember Rafael Salamanca
  • Councilmember Alicka Ampry Samuel
  • Councilmember Ritchie Torres
  • Councilmember Mark Treyger
  • Councilmember Eric Uhlrich
  • Councilmember Paul Vallone
  • Public Advocate Jumaane Williams
  • Councilmember Kalman Yeger
  • Mayor Bill de Blasio


I strongly urge you to oppose the ULURP for the air rights transfer from 4 St. Mark's Place for the office tower at 3 St. Mark's

Dear [Decision Maker],

I am very opposed to the ULURP application for an air rights transfer from 4 St. Mark's Place, which would make the planned office tower at 3 St. Mark's Place 20% larger. This is part of a trend on the part of the City to transform this part of the East Village and Greenwich Village into an extension of "Silicon Alley" and "Midtown South" by encouraging office tower development here. It is resulting in the demolition of low-rise, historic, residential buildings and their replacement with high-rise office towers. The approval of the 14th Street Tech Hub last year is accelerating this disturbing trend.

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