Developer AB Capstone officially began work on the 129-unit building on February 1. It complies with all current zoning for the area.
The neighborhood is mostly three-story rowhouses and small commercial establishments.
“Once completed, this development will have a profound effect on infrastructure, schools, price of rental units, and has the ability to negatively affect the quality of life for our existing and potential new residents of Ridgewood and the surrounding area,” Nolan wrote in a letter to the mayor.
She is calling on the city to work with Community Board 5 to change the zoning near the Myrtle-Wyckoff transit hub to prevent future large-scale development.