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Old Posted Jan 29, 2020, 1:24 AM
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^^^^

They would have to get approval in the hypothetical scenario that they want to build a top of it or modify it to do so. Even if a structure is land marked, does not mean that it won't ever be developed or altered. We've seen this in the past. Assuming the engineering protocols are in place as well.

So long as the proper channels are followed, and proper approvals or even recommendations are made, than in some cases, development will occur.

At least within the 5 boroughs. Other cities may have different protocols or stringent requirements.
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