Not related to City Place directly, but this line in the article gave me pause:
"Motioned unanimously to deny an application for signage installation at a Texas de Brazil restaurant, located at 101 Houston St. due to board members, staff and DRC stating they felt the signage was not what would best represent the business and its needs."
That sounds pretty over-reaching in my opinion. Isn't Texas de Brazil in a much better position to determine what best represents their needs? That's none of the board's business. If they don't want the sign, just say it.
Old post, but in rereading it, it strikes me that it might not be Texas de Brazil's business needs they're interested in.
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