The Grand Central Terminal Controversy
Village Views and the Society for the Architecture of the City have a longstanding policy of not taking part in litigation of Landmarks issues. However, we must note that this year, 2021, a number of citizen lawsuits are challenging recent decisions of the Landmarks Preservation Commission: notably, 250 Water Street, the McGraw-Hill Building and the Williamsburg Savings Bank are now to be joined by Grand Central Terminal. Recently, attorney Michael Hiller filed Gough v. City of New York et al. which contends that the recent LPC procedure for approving Project Commodore was incorrect. The Verified Petition is attached here.