tells us that the Columbia Waterfont District -- that nabe across the BQE from Carroll Gardens; landmarks, Korhogo 126
and the salt pile
(hey, we used to live there, too -- this is turning into a theme day
) -- will be "included in the Carroll Gardens re-zoning process" going forward, per the city's planning department. That means the longtime downscale semi-industrial zone will probably get the same building height and usage restrictions as its tonier neighbors. It's a welcome piece of good news for the CWD, last in the news for the dead hooker dumped there
over the weekend. Now let's hope they get landmark status for Montero's
. Photo (cc) jebb.