Monday, May 6, 2013

Roosevelt Island Garden Club Permit, Cultural Center Rehab, Steam Plant Future, Southpoint Park & More On RIOC Real Estate Committee Public Meeting Agenda Today - Also Cornell NYC Tech and Southtown Riverwalk Building 7 Negotiation Update In Executive Session Closed To Public

A busy Agenda for today's Roosevelt Island Operating Corp (RIOC) Real Estate Advisory Committee. According to RIOC:

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a meeting of the Real Estate Development Advisory Committee of the RIOC Board of Directors will be held on Monday, May 6, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. at the RIOC administrative office, 591 Main Street, Roosevelt Island, New York.


I. Updates and Discussions Regarding:

1. 548 Main Street Cultural Center Rehabilitation
2. Good Shepherd Community Center Permitting
3. Sportspark Condition and Refurbishment Analysis
4. Steam Plant RFEI Status
5. Roosevelt Island Garden Club Permit
6. Southpoint Park

II. Chair's Motion for Executive Session for Update on Current Negotiations Regarding:

1. Southtown Development (Building 7)
2. Cornell NYC

III. Any Other Committee Business That May be Brought Before the Committee
An audio web cast of the meeting will be available soon after the meeting.

More on when RIOC Board meetings can be held in Executive Session closed to the public available at this previous post.


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Mark Lyon said...

I'm listening to the recording of this meeting and it's increasingly clear that there is a lack of available community organization space. Is Southtown being required to integrate some community space into their future development?

RooseveltIslander said...

To my knowledge, there is no requirement for community space in new Southtown buildings. Here is video of community space discussion during May 6 RIOC meeting.

Also on May 13 RIOC Real Estate Advisory Committee will be holding Executive Session (closed to the public) to discuss another update to Southtown negotiations.

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