Hofler, Robert
February 2001
Variety;02/12/2001, Vol. 381 Issue 12, p69
Trade Publication
Reports on the ruling by a state appeals court on the case of Broadway theater owners in New York City and the City Planning Commission over a plan to allow theater owners to sell unused air rights to real estate developers. Details on the plan; Claims of the Clinton Special District Coalition; Terms of the court ruling.


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