Judge Tosses Air Rights Suit Against Art Students League

, New York Law Journal


Three months after refusing to block the Art Students League of New York's $31.8 million transfer of air rights over its historic West 57th Street building, Manhattan Acing Supreme Court Justice Melvin Schweitzer has disposed of a suit challenging the sale brought derivatively by a segment of the league's membership.

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Originally appeared in print as Judge Backs Board of Art Students League On Sale of Air Rights Over its Headquarters

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