The Brooklyn district attorney’s office on Friday morning searched the offices of a Williamsburg co-op that has seen years of tension between the board and some tenants over finances.
A law enforcement source confirmed a search warrant was executed at Lindsay Park, a 14-acre development housing 2,700 apartments that was the focus of a 2013 City Limits article. The source would say only that the matter was “under investigation.”
The investigation appears to have something to do with the manner in which the board has conducted business, but no details were available. Staff at Lindsay Park referred press calls to an attorney who did not reply immediately. The city’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development declined to comment.