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Brooklyn Nets set to employ controversial stacking plan

Will you be driving in to see a few Nets games at the Barclays Center's? Prepare to have oil leak on your ride because the plan right now is to use stacked parking (photo above). The NY Post's Rich Calder reports:

Stack-parking spaces — which use hydraulic lifts to stack anywhere from two to four cars atop one another — are expected to fill roughly half of an 1,100-spot parking lot going up next to the NBA Nets’ arena in Prospect Heights, according to renderings commissioned by project critics based on approved plans.

“Getting cars up and down after events and in and out of the lot will be a time-consuming, major undertaking that’s never been studied,” said Gib Veconi of the Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council

Good luck with that.

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