Goldstein is the last one standing in AY

TRD New York /
Apr.April 21, 2010 09:32 AM
From left: Bruce Ratner of Forest City Ratner Companies and Atlantic Yards project opponent and homeowner Daniel Goldstein

Daniel Goldstein and his family are the only residents left still fighting eviction from the footprint of Bruce Ratner’s Atlantic Yards development, for which the state won a hard-fought battle over its right to exercise eminent domain. Goldstein, who has been one of the project’s most outspoken opponents, lives in a Pacific Street condo with his wife and one-year-old daughter. While the seven other remaining families living on the soon-to-be construction site signed an agreement — complete with an $85,000 average cash payment — with Ratner yesterday to leave by May 7, Goldstein didn’t cave. State officials are expected to file a motion in court today to boot Goldstein, a storage company and an office building from the site by May 17, but Goldstein said he plans to challenge it because he has not yet had enough time to find a new home. Officials say putting off the evictions would cost Ratner $6.7 million per month. [NYDN]


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