The city’s largest purveyor of smoked fish, a New York delicacy, is getting to build a brand-new facility in Greenpoint, thanks to an amended zoning map.
Acme Smoked Fish, a fourth-generation Brooklyn icon, can no longer squeeze itself into the 60,000-square-foot building it’s been using at 30 Gem St. So it partnered with real estate developer Rubenstein Partners, which plans to build a $550 million mixed-use development for the company to operate in.
Current zoning laws in Greenpoint didn’t allow for that kind of expansion, but the City Council voted today to amend the regulations to allow for Acme’s new building. If it hadn’t gotten the green light,
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