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March 23, 2007

Ohio, China...Brooklyn?

So what do Ohio, China and Brooklyn have in common?

Develop Don't Destroy explains:


Norwood Ohio, where 3 homeowners eventually won their eminent domain lawsuit in Ohio's Supreme Court, after the developer had demolished every structure around them. When they won their suit, the developer had no Plan B and walked away.
That's the Ohio example that we should all be dead set on avoiding.


Will Ratner be allowed to follow this example from China (where apparently the state has been unwilling to seize this private property to benefit a private developer)?
An update on the Chongqing villa comes today: A Chinese court has allowed the demolition of the property, on what grounds, we do not know.


Posted by lumi at March 23, 2007 2:00 PM