Particularly loud acts visiting the Barclays Center in Brooklyn will be asked to keep the noise down despite the recent installation of 1,800 insulated ceiling panels meant to keep sound from escaping the arena and into the rattled ears of fed up neighbors.
The installation of the ceiling panels, first reported in atlanticyardsreport.com, followed a string of noise complaints by disgruntled neighbors which in May of last year led to a $3,200 noise violation fine.
After the jump are a few more pictures from last night’s DL21C party at Coda.
And if you’re wondering why Chris Owens is smiling, just take a listen to Rep. Joseph Crowley, who got up on stage and sang a few tunes, including Johnny Be Good.
– Azi Paybarah
An item yesterday on an Upstate SEIU Local’s actions on behalf of Andrew Cuomo drew some unexpected fire from Cuomo’s camp; his aide Ashley Cotton emailed that what I thought was a fairly innocuous piece, in combination with last week’s article on the campaign, “evidences either a reckless disregard for the truth or Read More