The Department of Buildings (DOB) notified two more architects last week that the two-family homes they designed in Throggs Neck and Waterbury-LaSalle include too few parking spaces, and ordered them to file revised plans.
But in a twist that complicates the community-versus-developer storyline playing out in the east Bronx for more than three years, the architects for both projects offered an unusual defense: They had no idea they were breaking the rules.
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