The fate of Riverside Market remains on hold as to whether it will continue as a restaurant or even as a market, confirms both Julian Siegel and a spokesperson from the city's Planning and Zoning Board.
1970. "It's illegally zoned residential, yet the market has been grandfathered in for use," Siegel said. The issue in play is whether and how to change the zoning to commercial and how, since the 1920s building and the parking may in fact prohibit it from remaining a restaurant.
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