FreshDirect wins appeal in controversial move to the Harlem River Yards

FreshDirect has won an appeal dismissing a lawsuit that would have blocked the online grocer from coming to Mott Haven. The appeal is a big

Opponents claim the city has not considered the

Opponents claim the city has not considered the company’s environmental impact.

THE BRONX - FreshDirect has won an appeal dismissing a lawsuit that would have blocked the online grocer from coming to Mott Haven. 

The appeal is a big step forward for the company, which has faced a number of hurdles in trying to move its headquarters to the Harlem River Yards. 

Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. has been leading the charge to bring FreshDirect local, promising new jobs for the Bronx. 

One group of opponents staged a sit-in just last weekend, claiming that the city pushed through the deal without the proper environmental review.

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