The 200 Amsterdam development site, backing up to the PS 199 playground

LANDMARK WEST! has taken action to send letters to Mayor Bill de Blasio, Comptroller Scott Stringer, and Attorney General Eric Schneiderman calling their attention to deficiencies in the NYC Department of Buildings approval of the skyscraper planned for 200 Amsterdam Avenue.  At 668′, this would be the tallest building in Manhattan north of Midtown.
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Thanks to a groundswell of support from the community, we’ve succeeded in raising funds to continue scrutinizing the legality of the tower, expanding on the Zoning Challenge initiated by the Committee for Environmentally Sound Development.
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But, there’s a tough road ahead, and LW! will continue building a war chest to stay nimble, recruit expert assistance, and fight this project on all cylinders.
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PLEASE ACT TODAY:
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  • EMAIL key officials to reinforce community concerns about over-sized development creeping into residential neighborhoods like the Upper West Side. Simply fill out the form below and hit send to contact NYC leaders today!

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Recipients:
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio
NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer
NYS Attorney General Eric Schneiderman
NYC Deputy Mayor Anthony Shorris
NYC Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen
NYC Buildings Commissioner Rick Chandler
Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer
NYC Council Speaker Melissa Mark Viverito
NYC Council Member Helen Rosenthal (District 6)
Manhattan Community Board 7
US Congressman Jerrold Nadler
NYS Senator Brad Hoylman
NYS Senator Liz Krueger
NYS Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal
NYS Assemblymember Richard Gottfried
NYC Council Land Use Chair David Greenfield
NYC Council Government Operations Chair Ben Kallos
NYC Council Parks Chair Mark Levine

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